You have promised to start that writing project--an essay, a story, book or memoir. Maybe to publish or a gift for your family. It's true--the hardest part is starting.
Join author and columnist Diane Cameron Sunday September 29th to learn--and practice--strategies to begin and continue writing. We'll learn and laugh and we'll have fun. And we'll write!
Diane Cameron is an award-winning writer and journalist. She writes about the history and politics of addiction and mental illness, and she is a columnist for the Albany Times Union and other newspapers across the United States. Diane is the author of three books: Out of the Woods—a guide to long-term recovery; Looking for Signs—a collection of essays, and Never Leave Your Dead, about military trauma.
Diane’s essays have received awards from the Bellevue Review and excerpts of, Never Leave Your Dead, were nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Her TEDx talk is called, “Never Leave Your Dead—the Economics of Military Trauma.”
You may also know Diane as the Director of Development & Grants at Unity House in Troy. She has a long career in human services and she is an advocate for family caregivers, and people living in poverty.