(ONLINE) Writing the Season Class

How do writers capture the beauty of the outdoors, and make you yearn to be in the moment with them? In this class we’ll immerse ourselves in the sensory and in tiny details, and we’ll practice how to convey the deep thrill that we get from everyday moments outside. 

This class will include some examples from acclaimed writers, fun writing exercises to practice our own skills, and of course, moments of wonder and awe at the natural world. We will stop and smell the roses, and discover new ways to share this joy with others.

This class takes place as a virtual event on Zoom and registration is required

Click here to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEqdeyurz4tH9bUWljJFFJVgAFGUhq_rigE

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Instructor Bio: Genevieve Pfeiffer is a poet, herbalist, and teacher. She is the Assistant Director at Anomaly and will host its summer reading series in a beautiful NYC community garden (join us!). Her work is forthcoming or has been published in Frost meadow Review, Birdcoat Quartlerly, Juked, So to Speak, The Write Room, and more. She oscillates between NYC and the mountains, and you can find her where there are trees. 

She blogs about outdoor wanderings, herbalism, and bioregional health at: https://medium.com/@GenevieveJeanne


Wednesday, May 20th, 2020

7 PM - 9 PM