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Truth or Fiction: An Introduction to Prose for Veterans and Military Families
June 7 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
“So, there I was…”
Ah, the beginning of a great story. We’ve all heard them in some form or another. But what makes a story great?
Is it the delivery? The craft? The scene or characters involved?
Everyone has a story to tell: whether it’s truth, fiction, or somewhere in-between. Learn how to tell yours
by joining us this February for our first workshop of the year. In partnership with Writing Over War: a
project of The Writer’s Garret, this introductory prose workshop will be held once a month at no cost to its
participants! Whether you want to write an op-ed for the newspaper or the next great American novel,
we’ll show the best techniques of prose writing to help you get started!
About the Instructor: Joshua Morgan Folmar is a poet, educator, songwriter, and veterans advocate. An
Alabama native, Joshua co-founded the University of Alabama’s Campus Veterans Association after enlisting
in the Marine Corps and serving as an infantry rifleman in Operation Iraqi Freedom. He received an
MFA in Writing from the University of New Hampshire where he was awarded the Young P. Dawkins III
Prize for his thesis Here We Rest. Joshua’s poetry has been featured in the anthologies Liver of Dixie and
Mark My Words, as well as publications such as Permafrost Magazine and Marr’s Field Journal, among
others. He lives with his wife and two rescue cats in Dallas, Texas.
The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Metrocare
16160 Midway Rd. Ste. 218
THURSDAY, JUNE 7
6:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.