RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- Learn writing techniques at a two-hour workshop in the Ridgefield Library hosted by local author Chris Belden.
Basic elements of storytelling will be discussed, but most of the time will be spent doing on-site writing.
No experience is necessary. Just bring paper, pen and a willingness to explore. The seminar takes place in the Library Program Room on Sunday, Jan. 12, starting at 2 p.m.
It is limited to eight participants so register here to ensure a spot.
Belden is the author of two novels, "Carry-on" and "Shriver," as well as the forthcoming story collection "The Floating Lady of Lake Tawaba", which won the Fairfield/New Rivers Book Prize.
His essay "Inside Words: How to Teach Writing in Prison" was awarded the Bechtel Prize.
He is a graduate of the Fairfield University MFA program, founder of the Ridgefield Writers Workshop and co-organizer of the Ridgefield Writers Conference.
The library is located at 21 Governor St. in Ridgefield.
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