with Kimberly Crum
The Legacy Workshop will resume in fall or winter of 2022. Click here to learn about our “NEW” Memoir Workshop with Kim.
“When writing the story of your life, don’t let anyone else hold the pen.”
As a legacy writer you have a specific audience—descendants, who are naturally interested in your story. You simply need to write your (or your family’s) memories with specific detail and in your authentic voice.
This five-week legacy writing workshop for women will help you tell life stories. The workshop will begin Monday, September 20th at 10 AM in Zoom video conference. The instructor, Kimberly Crum, will provide writing prompts, short readings and craft instruction so your stories will engage your descendants. You will learn how to use specific details and anecdotes. You will produce five drafts of short life stories. Ideally, this workshop will provide you the confidence, skills, and momentum to move forward.
Spirit of Sophia will host this workshop on an on-going basis. Registration through payment will be required prior to each 5-week session you participate in. Dates of new sessions will be posted on this webpage and in e-newsletters once known. Max Participants: 6 per session
Kim will send out writing prompts, articles to read and the Zoom invite 5 to 6 days prior to each week of the session.
The below Registration Form/Waiver only needs to be filled out once in 2022 prior to the first Legacy workshop you sign up for.
To PAY – click the button below OR mail a check to: Spirit of Sophia, P. O. Box 18, Harrods Creek, KY 40027. If mailing a check, email email@example.com to let us know you wish to sign up – so we reserve your spot.
About the instructor—Kimberly Crum, MSW, MFA, enjoyed a career in social work before becoming a creative writer. Kim teaches memoir and personal essay at her studio—Shape & Flow Writing Instruction at Mellwood Arts Center. She is the co-editor of a literary anthology, The Boom Project: Voices of a Generation. And she is working to finish a segmented memoir, a collection of personal essays, titled, Slouching Toward Self-Actualization.