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Write in the Garden July 21

one-day writing adventure
structure, and support for those with lots of writing experience and for those
with none.
Spend a summer day learning to trust your voice and tell your stories. Listen
to your creative self. Gain confidence and perspective from friendly contact
with other writers. Write in the garden and enjoy positive feedback, bushy
perennials, and lunch.
Who: Writer and teacher Beth Kaplan has
taught writing at Ryerson for 25 years and at U of T for 12.
Winner, Excellence in Teaching award, U of T, 2012.
Sunday July 21, 10.00 a.m. to 5 p.m
Where: Beth’s secret garden in Cabbagetown.
Laughter, camaraderie, and insight
For more information –
To register –
Cost: $165, including food for thought
and actual food – and wine. Register
early; registration is limited.
“Glorious stories, a beautiful setting, great food, a
garden to die for.” –
what I needed to get started writing again!”
  – Pat Broms
“Beth has a special gift for creating a safe learning
environment, with a well of positive things to say without passing judgment. It
was a joy to be there with her and the others. Her garden is magical, and she
created a magical day for me.” –
Ann C.



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I began keeping a journal at the age of nine. Nearly fifty years later, I started this online journal, sharing reflections, reviews, updates, and the occasional secret.

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