Inspired by Gertrude Stein



Saturday, September 22, 2012, 10 am to 1 pm

The Hudson Valley Writers’ Center
300 Riverside Drive, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591

(Located at Philipse Manor
train station on Hudson Line from Grand Central)

Led by:
Karren L. Alenier,
author of Gertrude Stein Invents a Jump Early On

In this writing workshop, we explore what made Gertrude Stein an American icon, the characteristics of her writing, and how her writing can inspire new work, including yours.

Open to writers of all levels & genres

Cost: $90 + $15 (admin fee or become member of HVWC to waive fee)

Optional Dutch-treat lunch following the workshop and by request to Karren Alenier

More logistical and sign up info:
Ryan Conatti, Interim Director,
The Hudson Valley Writers’ Center

More detailed course info:

Read Karren Alenier¹s monthly column
The Steiny Road to Operadom in Scene4 Magazine

“One of the things that is a very interesting thing to know is how you are feeling inside you to the words that are coming out to be outside of you.” Gertrude Stein from “Poetry and Grammar”

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