Do you have a child who enjoys creative writing? The Always Write creative writing workshop with Faith Brody is designed for children entering 3rd through 6th grades. This engaging workshop will meet for one hour a day over the course of a week (July 9-July 13) at Inkwood Books in beautiful downtown Haddonfield, NJ. Children will learn the art of constructing a short fiction story, along with workshop skills and literary techniques that will help their stories stand out. The workshop will conclude with a brief reading that family members and friends are invited to.
Please contact Faith Brody for more information at email@example.com. This workshop will be limited to only ten participants, but if there is high interest, it is possible that a second workshop will open up.
Faith Maria Brody is a middle school English Language Arts teacher and a writer who lives in Haddonfield, NJ. Faith has a BFA in Writing for Film and Television from the University of the Arts, as well as an MA in Writing Arts from Rowan University. She recently completed a writing workshop under the guidance of author, Liz Moore. Faith is the writer of the successful independent film Miss December, which won awards from film festivals such as First Glance and Woods Hole. She is the writer of the non-produced screenplay, Scarlett Sunshine, which was included in the Toronto-based Female Eye Festival, and won 1st place in the Downbeach Film Festival. She has published numerous poems and stories, with the most recent being "Doll Eyes" in Quail Bell magazine. She is the founder of Haddonfield Writers, a festival director for the Cooper River Film Festival, and an active Haddonfield community member. She cannot wait to share her talents and enthusiasm for the written word with the local youth.