Boccaccio's Decameron--Daniel Taylor
Both author & book are unique combinations of medieval, renaissance, sacred, secular, prosaic, & poetic. The stories are all intensely human. Our discussions will focus...
Dates: Sep 25 to Sep 30
Tell Your Story - Writing About Happenings in Your Life
Delve into story telling methods - story set up, plot formulation, and character development. But here the characters are real - they are from an...
Dates: Oct 17 to Oct 18
The Apostle Thomas in Scripture and Tradition--Bill Urbock
The Apostle Thomas is featured in only a few episodes in the Gospel of John. The discovery of the "Gospel of Thomas" with its secret...
Dates: Aug 14 to Aug 20
Worlds Gone Bad: Modern Dystopias and Their Ancient Roots--Geoff Bakewell
Participants are encouraged to read three famous dystopian works to develop a common frame of reference: "1984", "Fahrenheit 451", and "The Handmaid's Tale". The seminar...
Dates: Jul 17 to Jul 22
Writing From Your Life
We all have stories to tell—of our childhood years, first jobs, military service, life changing events and never told secrets. Learn how to put these...
Dates: Aug 12
Writing Poetry Your Way--Marilyn L. Taylor
This seminar is designed for poets of all preferences, styles, & approaches. Daily assignments will include new ideas, tips, short cuts, & encouragement.
Dates: Sep 11 to Sep 16