“Find Your Voice: The Writers' Salon” with Naomi Pringle
Local author Naomi Pringle leads “Find Your Voice: The Writers' Salon,” where writers will gather over four sessions to read their work aloud and learn techniques for empowerment in a welcoming and supportive environment. Writers will bring 1-3 pages (10 copies) of creative writing to read, and we will listen and offer gentle critiques based on the instructor's guidelines. Relevant hand-outs will be distributed and a guest from Charlotte County's literary community will speak.
Where: Copperfish Books
When: April 21, April 28, May 5, and May 12. All sessions are 11 am - 12:30 pm.
Cost: $50 for all four sessions. Call or come in to Copperfish Books to register.
The Salon is limited to eight writers. First come, first served.
Naomi Pringle is an author, journalist, and instructor. A Manhattan native of Jamaican heritage, Naomi graduated from Hunter College of the City University of New York and became an award-winning broadcast journalist for ABC’s flagship radio station in New York. She has been honored by the Associated Press, The National Urban League, and American Women in Radio and Television. Naomi is the author of two novels, Ginga’ Root Tea, and Lily: Riding the Color Line. She is working on her third novel, The Last Immigrant.