Food for thought from WIM

Pine Hill — Dare to write about food! Writers in the Mountains (WIM) will present its popular six-week workshop, Food for Thought with Ann Epner at the Pine Hill Community Center, every Monday, 10 a.m. to noon, from March 4 to April 8.

What we eat is so much a part of who we are. “We are what we eat!” For each of us, food has a special meaning – culturally, sociologically and personally. We all have stories about food; what our mothers fed us, what we cook, foods we dream of and foods we loathe. 

Ann Epner will be your caring and expert guide in this informal class, helping you capture your food memories, dreams and desires in any genre you choose; personal essay, fiction, short play, or poem. You’ll share your work with Ann and your fellow food writers during these weekly sessions and also explore examples of great food writing. This class is for writers at every level. As Ann says, “It’s amazing how easily the writing comes when food is the topic.  Everyone has something to say.”
Food for Thought promises to be a wonderful writing experience and a delicious way to welcome spring. Ann is “excited to be conducting this workshop at The Pine Hill Community Center. It’s a great place for writing to take place.”

Remember, all are welcome to join Food for Thought with Ann Epner. Register on-line at the WIM website www.writersinthemountains.org, call Jean Stone at 607 326-4802, or email Jean Stone at jstone@wildblue.net. The class fee is $60, but if you register at least three weeks before class begins on March 4, you pay only $50. Please note: If you register online and do not receive a confirmation in five days please call Jean Stone at 607 326-4802.

Writers in The Mountains is a not-for-profit organization with a mission to provide a nurturing environment for the practice, appreciation and sharing of creative writing.