Adult Writing Workshops Begin April 6 and 8

Series at Butterfield Library and Rec Center

Susan Wallach will lead two upcoming writing workshops, one on Monday nights from 7 to 9 p.m. starting April 6 and running for six weeks until May 11 at the Butterfield Library in Cold Spring, and the other on Wednesday mornings from 10 a.m. to noon, starting April 8 and running for six weeks at the Philipstown Recreation Center in Garrison.

Wallach, an accredited leader of the Amherst Writers and Artists method, was an editor at Random House and is a published author. Her other writing projects include ghostwriting for Henry Holt Books for Younger Readers and Temple University Press. Using the Amherst Writers and Artists method, she aims to provide a safe and encouraging atmosphere to write, using prompts (evocative prose, poetry, photos and props) to spark each participant’s creative voice.

The Monday night series at the Butterfield Library costs $120 and is limited to seven participants. Preregistration is required. Email [email protected] register, or if you have questions.

To sign up for the Wednesday morning series, register through the Rec Center by calling 845-424-4618.

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