Adults - Dream Writing Workshop, Part I
Dreams offer a rich resource to writers of all genres. The use of dreams within writing can open the door to new ways of thinking about writing. This method has been a source of inspiration as well as a long practiced literary technique. In this two-part workshop we will examine the historic use of dreams as inspiration for creative writing. We will also review several techniques that any writer may use to become skilled in the use of introducing dreams into creative material.
Kate Ann Heidelbach is an Associate Lecturer at Nova Southeastern University. She has received an MFA in poetry from the University of Miami. Her undergraduate degree in poetry was received from Columbia College Chicago. She has recently enjoyed presenting her work at select venues in Chicago, New York, Miami, and Puerto Rico. Her dreams are an active source of inspiration for her work as a poet.
Materials needed: Please bring a notebook and pen.