Looking to focus on your writing? Try attending this once-monthly community-led writing group. New members always welcome!
September's session will start with a talk on Narrative Structure for Stories (both fiction and dramatic storytelling) by Patrick Snow.
We will then disperse to write. Those who would like to read their work sign up at the beginning and read their work at the end.
Patrick Snow is an Assistant Professor of English at Onondaga Community College. He teaches a variety of courses, including Writing Scripts, Freshman Composition and Literature I and II, American Cinema, and American Literature I and II. Patrick is currently OCC’s English Discipline Coordinator. He served the last three years as the Creative Writing Sub-Discipline Coordinator, and he is leading a team of faculty designing a Creative Writing A. A. program for the college. Patrick’s passion is helping students write the stories they want to tell by providing them concepts, skills, and feedback for honing their craft. He holds master’s degrees in English from Syracuse University and in Education from Grand Canyon University, and he also took Professional Screenwriting at National University.
Questions? Ideas? Call Sharon at 559-7170, group facilitator.