Maybe you want to preserve the stories of your life for your family; maybe you want to write them solely for yourself—to better understand what made you who you are. Maybe you feel you have a story to tell that the wider world needs to know. E.L. Doctorow said, “Anyone at any age is able to tell the story of his or her life with authority.” Memory Workshop will help you find that authority by introducing you to a simple method of turning your memories into words. 1 ½ hour workshop
10.15 Spades Park 10:00 am Bonnie Maurer
10.19 Central 6:00 pm Andrea Boucher
10.25 Eagle 4:00 pm Andrea Boucher
11.2 Franklin Road 6:00 pm Andrea Boucher
11.5 Wayne 1:00 pm Andrea Boucher
11.7 Beech Grove 6:00 pm Andrea Boucher
11.8 Pike 6:00 pm Bonnie Maurer
11.12 Glendale 2:00 pm Andrea Boucher
11.16 East 38th St 4:30 pm Nancy Baxter
11.19 InfoZone 2:00 pm Andrea Boucher
11.20 Nora 2:00 pm Andrea Boucher
11.26 Fountain Square 2:00 pm Lyn Jones
Indy Author Fair
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, October 29, 2016
40 East St. Clair Street, Downtown Indianapolis
Celebrate Indiana’s rich literary tradition with activities for writers and book lovers of all ages!
Presented by The Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award and The Indianapolis Public Library
FREE and open to the public
Want to hone your writing skills and learn more about the publishing industry? Join in one of the workshops during the Indy Author Fair! Presented by faculty of the Indiana Writers Center, the free workshops can help jump start your own writing. Full workshop descriptions are available online for these programs:
9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.:
–Creative Writing for Teachers (pre-registration required, click here to register)
12 p.m. to 1 p.m.:
–Illustration for Kids by Kids
1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.
–Writing for Young People Panel
–Writing About Your Life
3:15 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.:
–So You Want to Write a Novel?
–Self-Publishing Tricks and Tips
–Resource Fair for Writers, Educators and Parents
© Indiana Writers Center 2012