Friday, January 26 and Friday, February 2 ~ 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in Grauer Lounge

Tricia Crisafulli, a St. Mary’s parishioner and published author, will offer a two-session workshop on the writer’s craft, focusing on character development, dialogue, setting, point of view, and more.
Writers of all experience levels are welcome.
Exercises and discussions will focus on techniques for both fiction and nonfiction writing.

The workshop is free, although a collection will be taken at each session to benefit St. Mary’s Outreach and the ministries it supports.

Refreshments will be served!

For more information or to sign up, please contact Tricia at
(847) 910 4068. 
(Participants do not need to attend both sessions, but are encouraged to do so.)

Tricia Crisafulli received her master’s in fine arts, fiction concentration, from Northwestern University, where she received the Distinguished Thesis Award for her novel-in-progress. She is a published author of both nonfiction and fiction, and will teach a seven-week fiction workshop at Northwestern’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute this spring.