Presented by Oberlin Writes
For a work to resonate with readers, the writer’s voice must be evident. Using works of popular nonfiction and in-class exercises, participants will explore the meaning of voice and work toward finding their own.
Presenter Kelly Garriott Waite’s work has most recently appeared in Belt, Cherry Tree, and Barren Magazine.
Registration is required. Reserve your spot by calling, emailing, or stopping in to the Information Desk any time during our regular business hours. Participants should come prepared to write and share.