Christopher Luna’s Fall 2015 Creative Writing Classes

Please join me this Fall for one of my creative writing classes at Clark College or Multnomah Arts Center.

Christopher Luna’s Creative Writing Classes Fall 2015

Photo by Julian Nelson

Clark College
http://ecd.clark.edu/course/index.php

Community Education Classes

Poetry Matters: Writing Poetry
http://ecd.clark.edu/course/class.php?ClassID=15191&CategoryID=24

Beginners and experienced writers alike will generate new works and discuss the poet’s role in the community. Read, listen to, and write poetry together in a supportive class focused on providing gentle, constructive feedback. Discuss how to construct a manuscript and ready it for publication. Writers of all experience levels are welcome. Bring paper & pen or laptop. Age 16+.

Class Information
Item Number: F113
Date: 09/21 – 11/09 M
Location: CCE 208
Time: 06:00pm – 08:30pm
Fee: $139.00

Mature Learning Classes

Memoir Writing
http://ecd.clark.edu/course/class.php?ClassID=15158&CategoryID=122

Everyone has a story to tell. Each person’s life is filled with adventure, mystery, trouble, and triumph. Memoir is a powerful way to demonstrate the interconnectedness of all human beings. This course, facilitated by the Poet Laureate of Clark County, will encourage you to begin to see yourself as a part of history. There is a value to documenting the story of your life.

Class Information
Item Number: 9508
Date: 09/24 – 12/03 Th
Location: CCE 208
Time: 01:00pm – 02:30pm
Fee: $98.00

No class 11/26

Classroom Location

Clark Corporate Education- CCE

Located in downtown Vancouver with easy access from I-5 and SR-14, Clark Corporate Education is on the second floor of the Columbia Bank Building.

Clark Corporate Education (CCE)
500 Broadway Street, Ste 200
Vancouver, WA 98660

Multnomah Arts Center
http://www.multnomahartscenter.org/

Fall Catalog, page 22
http://www.multnomahartscenter.org/classes/fall2015/macFall15_colorWeb.pdf

Literary Arts Classes for Adults & Teens

Poetry Writing
Poetry as a means of expression, exploration, and experience is available to everyone. Write poetry in response to prompts and read a variety of published poems that you can use as inspiration. Read and respond to one another’s work in this supportive setting, paying close attention to revision.

All levels. Ages 16 & up
1035801 Mon. 10 am – 12 pm Oct. 5 – Nov. 23 $152 [8 classes]

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