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October 16, 2012
MONMOUTH -- Have a yearning to write the great American novel? You can make it a reality.
Western Oregon University's department of extended programs is sponsoring a "Novel in a Month" class. It will take place every Wednesday starting Oct. 24 and ending Dec. 5.
The seven-week program is aimed at prospective novelists and focuses on: idea generation, preparation for writing a book-length first draft, and a workshop on what to do with a newly-written novel.
The class will be taught by Maren Bradley Anderson, who lives near Monmouth and teaches literature and writing at WOU.
The class takes place from 7:30 to 9 p.m. at Rick's Place Cafe, 123 Main St., Monmouth. Registration is $70 and includes required text. The class size is limited to 20.
To enroll, contact Anderson at email@example.com or at Maren Bradley Anderson, PO Box 305, Monmouth. Those interested in the class for WOU course credit can visit www.wou.edu/provost/extprogram.
For more information: 503-606-9070.