Avery Hill & Joy Corcoran
Most people wouldn’t consider journaling an essential tool for storytellers, but this workshop will prove otherwise! Joy and Avery will guide you as you dive into ways to use a journal to capture details, unlock ideas, and corral these possibilities into actual stories. No matter the stories you tell, you will walk away from this workshop with a jumpstarted journal that you can continue to use to recall, imagine, and spice up your storytelling.
Saturday, March 21 – 9:00 – 11:00AM
McMenamin’s Kennedy School Community Room
More details and purchase tickets here (or just come the day of!)
Joy Corcoran is a writer and artist who has kept journals all her life. She’s used journals to work on stories, improve her memory and illuminate life. Her stories have been published in literary and regional publications. She is the author of 12 Lesson for Greatness, Teaching Values to Children.
Avery Hill makes her living as a music teacher, songwriter, and performer, but she is a storyteller at heart. Former president of the Seattle Storytellers Guild, Avery has been involved in storytelling for five years and loves the numerous applications of storytelling in the modern world. Keeping a journal has brought unexpected benefits to her thinking as a storyteller and songwriter.