Writing the Veteran Experience Winter Workshop Part II, February 4, Dunwoody

By popular demand, The Chattahoochee Review will hold another Winter workshop for new and returning “Writing the Veteran Experience” participants on GPC’s Dunwoody Campus, Tuesday, February 4, 2014, from 6-8 p.m., room 2110 in the A Building.

The free workshop is designed for participants to write about their own experiences of military service or to share stories of the impact on their lives of friends, parents, and grandparents who have served in the United States Armed Forces.

Although the main participants in this session will include returning vets from our Fall session, the workshop welcomes participation from GPC students who are ASMs, OIF vets, and/or OEF vets. GPC alumni, faculty, staff, the general public and members of student veteran organizations attending other colleges and universities are also welcome.

Prior writing experience is not required; however, since returning participants will bring drafts or completed compositions to share with the group this session, new participants are encouraged to bring creative work as well. All GPC student compositions will receive consideration for inclusion in GPC’s award-winning student publications.

Main workshop facilitators include: Anna Schachner, TCR editor, and Lydia Ship, TCR managing editor.
For more information, contact alicia.johanneson@gpc.edu.

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