From Heart to Page: Crafting Your Unspoken Stories

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From Heart to Page: Crafting Your Unspoken Stories

Dates: February 7, 14, and 21, 2024
Time: 4:30pm
Location: Online
Cost: $367.50

Join us for an exciting virtual workshop series where we dive into the art of storytelling. This series offers a unique opportunity to excavate the depths of your personal history, unveiling stories lingering within your heart. Through each session, you’ll receive step-by-step guidance using guided autobiography to bring your story to life on the page. You’ll learn to weave in literary techniques and exercises to unleash your creativity. From tapping into your emotions to finding your unique voice, you’ll learn how to craft compelling narratives that resonate with readers. Whether you’re a beginner or seasoned writer, this event will inspire and empower you to share your untold stories with the world.

Register now to secure your spot and embark on a journey of self-expression!

Please Note: This is a three-part series taking place on February 7, 14, and 21, 2024.

Please only register once for February 7 — a meeting invite will follow with all three dates.

Seats are limited to six participants.

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Facilitator Bios

Gayathri Shukla (she/her) is the Founder of Campfire Kinship, a social enterprise providing advisory, story-based training, and creative media to help teams foster an inclusive culture. Certified in an evidence-based method of storytelling called guided autobiography, Gayathri empowers individuals to uncover their diverse strengths and build empathy skills. She is an inspiring keynote speaker, lead bestselling author of Landed: Transformative Stories of Canadian Immigrant Women, podcast host of Hearth 2 Heart, and co-creator of video storytelling project unLikely Friends.

Follow her on IG: @campfire_kinship

Emily Yu (she/they) is an assistant editor and illustrator for Heartlines Spec magazine and a contributing author to a bestselling book anthology titled Landed: Transformative Stories of Canadian Immigrant Women. Her work has been published in Ricepaper magazine and Hearth Stories, and her short stories were selected for the Humainologie Short Story Festival in 2021 and 2022. She is a second-generation Chinese Canadian who apologizes when she breaks grammar rules.

Follow her on X (Twitter): emilyyu.writes or Mastodon

Graphic to promote this workshop showing a laptop with hands using the keyboard and copy underneath. From Heart to Page: Crafting Your Unspoken Stories | In this 3-part virtual series, learn the art of crafting your untold stories into compelling narratives.

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