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Write in the Garden, #2


A one-day writing workshop to give you inspiration, structure and support, whether you have lots of writing experience or none.  

Spend a day learning to trust your voice and your stories.  Rediscover your creative self.  Connect with other writers.  Write in the garden and enjoy positive listening and feedback, hot and cold beverages, bushy perennials, and lunch.  

Laughter, camaraderie and insight guaranteed.

Who:  The workshop is run by Beth Kaplan, who has taught personal narrative writing at  Ryerson for 14 years and at U of T for 2.  “Beth is a wonderful teacher … just enough directed teaching and inclusive dialogue. I was encouraged and motivated and learned so much. I am totally inspired to write.” Recent student Amy Block, June 23, 08

Where: Beth’s secret garden in Cabbagetown, in the heart of downtown Toronto.  If there’s rain, inside the house.

When: Sunday August 10, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Cost: $125, including snacks and lunch.

Registration is limited to 15.  A $25 deposit is required to hold a place.

For more information, please check Beth’s website at

To register, write to Beth at



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