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Summer Art and Writing Camp

on June 1, 2012

I will be teaching two workshops this summer at the Hoffman Center’s Summer Art Camp in Manzanita, Oregon. The workshops are week-long from July 30-August 3. You do not need to attend both workshops to attend camp. Find out more, including a registration form, here:

2012CampBrochurePage1-1  (Details about the Hoffman Center and Summer Art Camp)

2012CampBrochurePage2 (Registration form)

Tell Your Story: Poetry and Art Journal Workshop for Ages 10-14


You are the hero/heroine of your life. What story are you telling? In this workshop we’ll explore how our hopes and dreams, treasures and secrets, monsters and scars can inspire poetry and art journaling.  Learn new ways to write poems and how art journaling can help you express more of your story. Bring your favorite photos, quotes and poems.


Writing from Life: Flash Fiction for Teens (Ages 12-19)


Flash fiction. It’s short, it’s fast and it’s fun. In this workshop, learn how to write flash fiction by drawing on life for ideas, then we’ll take those rich ideas and turn them into pieces of flash fiction. We’ll look at the scary, the sweet, and the downright strange in writing flash fiction. The workshop will cover how to structure flash fiction pieces as well as publishing markets open to teen writers.

2 responses to “Summer Art and Writing Camp

  1. […] of STAINED GLASS SUMMER at all the kids summer workshops where I’m teaching including the Manzanita Hoffman Center Arts Camp, the Tolovona Arts Writing for Children Workshop on August 4 in Cannon Beach, and the Everett […]

  2. […] I am preparing workshops for the Kids Writing Camps that I’m teaching this summer.  You can find out more about the Kids Writing Camps here. […]

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