Pandemic Prose – A Writing Class for All Skill Levels
An event every week that begins at 11:30 AM on Friday, repeating until October 30, 2020
Instructor, Nancy McMillan
Fridays, October 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
11:30 am – 1 pm
Online with Zoom
The 2020 Pandemic is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will go down in the history books. Your individual story is part of this history that future generations–including your grandchildren-will want to read. Come to this class to uncover and write your personal narrative of this period. For all levels of writers.
The fee for the five-week writing class is $125. Class size is limited to 9 students. All students must register by Thursday, October 1st to receive the Zoom link.
About the Instructor:
Award-winning writer Nancy McMillan is the author of March Farm: Season by Season on a Connecticut Family Farm, published in 2012. The book was a finalist in both the DaVinci Eye and First Horizon categories of the Eric Hoffer Book Award, and a recipient of a Sisters-in-Script Grant. Nancy was invited to be a writer-in-residence in May 2022 at Dairy Hollow Writers Colony.
Her writing has appeared in Edible Nutmeg, Litchfield County Times, Register Citizen, Republican-American, Southbury magazine, and online at Fiction Southeast. Her work has been selected to appear in the 2020 Connecticut Literary Anthology. Nancy holds a Masters Degree in Writing from The Graduate Institute and has studied in the MFA program at Manhattanville College.
She blogs on her website: www.nancymcmillan.com