WordPow!, in partnership with the Backus Community Center, will hold a writing workshop on Saturday, May 19 from 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at the Rainy Lake Visitor Center, located on Highway 11 east of International Falls.
Class size is limited to 10.
Registration is $45 (U.S.), which includes materials, beverages, and snacks.
Bring a bag lunch or $5 at registration for a soup-and-sandwich lunch.
Experience a day of readings, writings, reflection, and conversation on the shore of Rainy Lake.
No special writing skills are needed and everyone is welcome.
Do bring comfortable clothing for time spent outdoors.
Over the many years that Kate Miller has led group processes and workshops, she has witnessed powerful moments.
Transformations are visible when people connect with their life stories and express them from the heart.
Miller founded WordPow! to offer these opportunities to others.
She remains a writer–of poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and occasional stories for children. At the core of her writing is a deep love of the natural world and the experience of being alive in it.
Miller finds inspiration and renewal living on the edge of Rainy Lake and Voyageurs National Park, where Ontario and Minnesota merge in the soft lines of water, islands, and forest.
Miller’s education includes Master’s degrees in Transformative Language Arts (2015) and English (1968), as well as writing workshops with Billy Collins (poetry), Alan Cheuse (historical fiction), and Robert Stone (fiction).
Pre-registration and payment of the $45 fee will reserve your space.
You can register online at backusab.org or by calling the Backus office at 1-218-285-7225.