Kay to lead writing workshop

Published 7:41 pm Friday, January 10, 2014

Kiesa Kay, reporter for the Tryon Daily Bulletin, invites experienced and emerging writers to spend an afternoon by a lake in Mill Spring, talking about important life experiences and developing a way to put them into words and into print.
The first Write Your Life workshop will occur Wednesday, Feb. 26, from 2-5 p.m. at Morning Glory Farm, 490 White Fence Lane, Mill Spring.
“Everyone has a story to tell, and Morning Glory Farm will provide a safe space to explore our voices together,” Kay said. “The pavilion there is full of light.”
Kay has written her own memoir under the pseudonym of Mimosa May, and she was named a Kansas Distinguished poet. One of her two educational anthologies received the Legacy Award as the best book of its publication year for parents and teachers, and one of her plays has been produced at Rocky Mountain National Park.
“I enjoy helping other people develop and write about things that matter in their own lives,” she said.
For workshop costs contact Kay at her freelance email address, kiesakay@gmail.com or by phone at 828-817-7786.  Workshops will continue on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each week through March and April.

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