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How to Write About Death
The School of American Thanatology
"Death and Spirituality" - A 7-class series
Tuesdays, October 12, 19, 26, and November 2, 9, 16, and 23, 2021
7-9 p.m EASTERN TIME
A unique and creative writing course based on aspects of thanatology, which is the science of death, dying, grief and healing. While the course is geared toward those interested in becoming death workers and companions, the skills learned can be applied to all genres of writing.
Create content for websites, learn how to write memorable essays and articles for publication. We will examine poetry, humor, and journaling.
Guided imagery exercises will be used and practical writing tips will be taught.
ENROLL HERE and discover more about the curriculum.
All levels of writers are welcome, (especially novices!)
Write a Memory as a Gift or Publication – October 2021
Tuesdays, October 5, 12, 19 and 26, 2021
1 p.m. - 2 p.m. Eastern Time
IN PERSON CLASSES - Milton Council on Aging
10 Walnut Street, Milton, MA. 02186
Back by popular demand! Write a memory that will entertain and inform loved ones about your life. A one page memoir becomes a treasured, unique gift. Sometimes a story, well told, can lead to publication! Writing prompts and guidance will be given in a fun and encouraging environment. All writing levels are welcome, especially novices. If you are terrified but yearn to put pen to paper, then surprise yourself with how easy it can be.
Preregistration is required:
Contact Katherine O'Brien, Outreach Coordinator
Milton Council on Aging
Find out more about COA and its activities
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Writing With Humor – 4Life ZOOM program
Thursday, October 14, 2021 at 2 p.m. on ZOOM
Sponsored by 2Life Communities for its residents
(formerly Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly)
Anything is made better with humor, especially writing! A Zoom workshop spotlights how to make stories entertaining. Laughter makes the medicine go down, and makes the writer memorable.
For more information:
Susan Swanson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Group Program Coordinator
direct: (617) 614-5339