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  • NYC - LifeLab re:Writing Project

    For any young adult cancer survivors in New York City, I'm passing along this news from Jodi, who I "met" in 2004, when she was part of the same panel of survivors in the Ride for the Roses Weekend event that first introduced me to Andrew Molenda.
    Take part in a new writing program for cancer survivors in their 20s, 30s, and early 40s!

    The re:Writing Project II
    my story/my life
    crafting the narrative


    A ten week interactive workshop to:
    review your journey, improve your writing skills and
    prepare your work for publication
    professional writing instruction / peer support / industry mentors

    Wednesdays 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, starting July 18, 2007
    at: The LifeLab, 295 Lafayette Street (at Houston), Suite 501

    (the class runs for 10 weeks)
    The class is free of charge. However, there is a $50 materials fee to help pay for handouts given in class and copies of the journal distributed to participants at the end of the workshop.

    Pre-registration is required: 212-920-3672
    or [email protected]

    The LifeLab will facilitate introductions to writer/editor/agent mentors for participants. All participants will receive a bound anthology of works produced during the program, which will be published for distribution. A reading party will be held for participants and guests following the end of the workshop.

    This program is made possible by a Community Grant from the Lance Armstrong Foundation.

    The New York LifeLab ("The LifeLab") is a registered 501(c)(3) not for profit, dedicated to helping young adult cancer survivors rebuild their lives after treatment.
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