Creative Nonfiction Master Class with Award-winning Writer Helen Humphreys, Author of The Frozen Thames and The Ghost Orchard

Come prepared to write!  The workshop will cover all elements of writing book-length creative nonfiction, including: research, shaping a narrative, structure, form, and voice.

Helen Humphreys is the award-winning author of four books of poetry, eight novels, and four works of creative non-fiction. Her books have been widely translated, performed as stage plays and operas, and optioned for film. She lives and writes in Kingston, Ontario.

DATE: Sunday, October 7

TIME:  9AM – 5PM

LOCATION: Artspace Boardroom, Room 424, 100 Arthur Street, Winnipeg

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT

Manitoba Writers Guild manitobawritersguild3@gmail.com

or call Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday: (204) 944-8013 between 10 am – 2 pm.

WORKSHOP FEE: For Manitoba Writers Guild Members $100.00.  Non Members: $125.00. Students: (Max. 5) $60.00.  (Paypal accepted)

To get your tickets, follow this link:
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/creative-non-fiction-master-class-tickets-49102679436

We hope to see you there!

This event is sponsored By Creative Nonfiction Collective (CNFC) and Manitoba Writers’ Guild.

 

AND THE 2018 CNFC/CARTE BLANCHE CONTEST WINNER IS…

“Descent into Darkness,” by Nancy O’Rourke.

Congratulations to Nancy and to both our runners-up, Emily Kellogg and Julie Paul. The winning piece is now published in the current edition of carte blanche .
Photo of Nancy O'RourkeExperienced sociologist Nancy O’Rourke’s creative nonfiction was recently recognized by Memoir Magazine. “Descent into Darkness” is adapted from a memoir-in-progress that examines processes of forgiveness, focusing on a group of children she befriended in Rwanda in 1992, lost during the genocide, and found 18 years later.