Fall Classes & Events 2023

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All events are FREE and take place at the Carnegie Center unless otherwise noted. Donations are encouraged.

Burn The Mic

September 21, October 19, November 16, & December 21 at 7:00PM

The KBWC invites poets of all ages and levels to share their poems at this monthly event hosted by Jude C. McPherson.

Pens & Needles: Our Story Stitched Together

Friday, September 22, 5:00–8:00PM

Illustrator Bryce Oquaye and Fashion Designer Samantha Moore present a collaborative and interactive art exhibition. Both artists previously served as Camp Carnegie instructors; Oquaye led “Pens Paper and Rocket Punches,” and Moore led “Stitching the Self.” Oquaye and Moore empowered their students to confidently explore new pathways of self-expression. Student work will be on display alongside each artist’s own designs. Attendees are encouraged to participate in this unique creative experience. Light refreshments will be provided.

Women of Valor, Women of Faith Reading

September 23, 6:00PM

Join us on Saturday, September 23 at 6:00PM for one night of six powerful voices. The Kentucky Black Writers Collaborative and St. Peter Claver Catholic Church will elevate and amplify the words women of faith, featuring readings by Eugenia Johnson Smith, Angela Allen Johnson, Cynthia Allen Shelby, Nita B. Clarke, Charliese Brown Lewis, and Claudia Love Mair. The performance will take place at St. Peter Claver’s new sanctuary located at 485 W. 4th St., Lexington, KY 40508.

Black & Lit Book Club • ONLINE

September 25, 6:00–7:00PM: Tracey Michae'l Lewis-Giggetts (OUT OF FREE BOOKS)

November 13, 6:00–7:00PM: Ron Davis a.k.a. Upfromsumdirt

Black & Lit Book Club features new books by Black Kentucky writers. This book club is open to KBWC members and anyone who wishes to attend. When possible, we will meet with the featured

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author. The first 25 registrants receive a free copy of the book.

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Carnegie Classics: DoAndroidsDreamofElectricSheep?

Saturday, November 4, 7:00–11:00PM • $50 (Open Bar), $35 (No Bar)

Humans and Replicants (18+) are invited to walk along the pages of Philip K. Dick's 1968 cyberpunk dystopian novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" on November 4 at the Carnegie Center. Explore sounds and visuals designed to awaken empathy and prove our humanity. Come dressed in your 80s / post-apocalyptic best for a literary experience you won't forget! Sponsored by LexArts, Kentucky Arts Council, and Reitzel Cook Foundation.

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FICTION

Fiction Writing Group with Sarah Combs

Wednesdays, September 13–November 15, 11:00–1:00PM • $160

This is an opportunity for fiction writers of all genres and levels of experience. Through hands -on writing exercises and discussion of contemporary fiction, we will examine such nuts-and-bolts elements as voice, point of view, mood, and plot. Sarah Combs is the author of YA novels, Breakfast Served Anytime and The Light Fantastic, published by Candlewick Press. [ALL LEVELS]

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Writing Kids Books with Marcia Thornton Jones

ONLINE: Mondays, September 18–November 6, 12:00–2:00PM • $128

Find focus, gain confidence, and learn about writing fiction for kids through discussion, peer sharing, and writing exercises. Come with a work in progress or an idea for a story you would like to develop. Led by Marcia Thornton Jones, an award-winning author who has published more than 130 books for children with sales totaling more than 43 million copies world-wide. [ALL LEVELS]

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Sci-Fi & Fantasy Writing Group with Sam Milligan

Mondays, September 18–November 6, 5:30–7:00PM • $112

Please join this inclusive group of speculative fiction writers looking to hone their craft and build a community of fellow artists. We will perform generative writing exercises, live structured workshops, and craft-focused close readings. Sam Milligan is a queer southern writer, educator, and nonprofit communications professional who earned an MFA in creative writing from University of Mississippi, and they can't wait to meet you and your work. [ALL LEVELS]

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Ghost Story Writing with Elizabeth Kilcoyne

Tuesdays, October 10–October 24, 5:30–7:00 PM • $42

AGES 16+: Ghosts reflect to us both the uncanny and the all too familiar. Their terrifying power can be used to hurt or to heal in narrative. Join horror author Elizabeth Kilcoyne in exploring the spirit realm through writing, and visit it on October 27 with Marley Knockers Paranormal! See full course description on the website for event details. Elizabeth Kilcoyne is a YA Horror author from Lexington. Her novel, Wake the Bones , was a finalist for the William C. Morris Award. [ALL LEVELS]

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Tropes in Genre: How to Respect and Reinvent the Wheel with Darian Bianco

ONLINE: Thursday, October 26, 5:30–7:00PM • $35

This class will explore the history of tropes and cliches and go over the most popular and successful examples of tropes in genre fiction. We’ll also take time to experiment with tropes of our own in a writing activity, testing a “vanilla” draft and a “reinvention” draft. Let’s improve and explore our work together! Darian Bianco holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the Bluegrass Writers Studio and a certificate from the 2022-2023 Carnegie Center Author's Academy, and her novel-in-progress Chatter was one of five winners for issue six of Novel Slices, to be published August 2023. [BEGINNER]

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Historical Fiction with Tracee de Hahn

Wednesdays, November 8–December 13, 5:30–7:00PM • $84

ONLINE: Historical fiction is the backbone of a multitude of genres and getting it right can make your book ‘set back in time’ truly sing. If you are considering a mystery set in the 1960s, romance in the 1750s, literary fiction in the era of Jane Austen, or any other book that relies on an era not our own, then this class will help you start or finish your project. The class will cover story and story types, choosing point of view, dialogue,

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setting, how much research and what kind. All viewed through the lens of time. Tracee de Hahn is the author of mysteries published by St. Martin’s Press as well as non-fiction historical books for young adults.

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Exploring Our Monsters with Darian Bianco

Thursday, November 9, 5:30–7:00PM • $35

Oftentimes, a monster in a story is a “recycled” version of one we’ve encountered before: a fresh kind of vampire, werewolf, witch, etc. Yet no matter how much time goes by, and how many monsters we meet, we seem to never get tired of them. Why is that? This course will explore the history of some of the most beloved monsters, track how they’ve changed and evolved over the years, look at examples in a variety of media, and wrap-up with a writing activity to explore your own monster. Darian Bianco holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the Bluegrass Writers Studio and a certificate from the 2022-2023 Carnegie Center Author's Academy, and her novel-in-progress Chatter was one of five winners for issue six of Novel Slices, to be published August 2023. [BEGINNER]

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NONFICTION

Hermit Crab Essays with Lucy Jayes

Wendesdays, September 13–October 18, 5:30–7:00PM • $84

The hermit crab essay is a nonfiction essay in which the writer adopts an existing form to contain their writing (think: to-do lists, instruction manuals, dating profiles, and more). In this class, we will read examples of the hermit crab essay, dissect their mechanics, and uncover their truths. We will produce and workshop our own hermit crab essay that uses an unexpected form to examine our own experiences. Lucy Jayes holds an MFA from the University of Kentucky and was the winner of the Betsy Owen Combs Recruitment Award in 2021, the MFA Award in Creative Nonfiction in 2022, and the Fourth Genre Multimedia Essay Contest in 2023 for a hermit crab essay that analyzed her choices in relationships in the form of a Choose-Your-OwnAdventure game. [ALL LEVELS]

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Storytelling: The Time of My Life with Jonathan Scott

Thursdays, September 21–October 19, with reading event on October 26, 5:30–7:00PM • $70

If you've ever listened to The Moth Radio Hour or The Moth Podcast, you already know the power and fun of personal storytelling. The stories we tell at The Time of My Life aren't traditional tales, folktales, or stand-up comedy. They are part of our shared human existence. Sometimes dramatic, sometimes hilarious, sometimes ordinary, but always honest, authentic, and real. In workshop sessions, we will learn to find the experience we need to tell, develop it into a story structure, and learn how to present i t orally to an audience in a supportive and fun atmosphere. The end of the workshop will culminate in an event open to family, friends, etc. and a chance for all who complete the workshop to tell their story live to an audience. Jonathan Scott has taught workshops and presented both live and online personal storytelling events in North Carolina since 2018. He is also the author of four novels and a short story collection. [ALL LEVELS]

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Nonfiction Writing Techniques with Liz Carey

Thursdays, October 12–November 16, 5:30–7:00PM • $84

Learn the skills to craft a non-fiction that grabs readers and takes them on a journey. We'll explore elements and methods of writing to incorporate into your pieces like nut graphs, slalom storytelling, humanizing pieces and descriptive details. Liz Carey spent more than 20 years as an award-winning reporter in Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and South Carolina, and is now a freelance writer, author, and teacher. [ALL LEVELS]

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Becoming an Outdoor Writer with Bill Carman

Saturday, October 21, 10:00–2:00PM • $56

"Outdoor Writing" as a genre, can take many forms. It can be creative nonfiction (Steven Rinella), fiction (Ernest Hemingway), or combinations of both (Norman Maclean). The genre can include book-length essays, novels, weekly newspaper columns, and the most common, magazine stories. The market is extensive. The outdoor industry adds $70 billion to the American economy, and the people spending that money enjoy reading about the object of their passion. This class is designed to help writers produce stories a nd books that will enter that market and to assist experienced writers in improving their skills. This class will encourage open dialogue and sharing writing and writing experiences. Topics will include: choosing Subjects, Establishing Your Voice, Opening Lines, Research, Narrative, Cliffhangers, Format, Illustrations, The Markets, and Getting

Published. Bill Carman is an active hunting and fishing guide. He has published four books and dozens of magazine articles. [ALL LEVELS]

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Living Eulogy with Anna Ross

Saturday, December 9, 10:30–1:30PM • $42

The workshop offers seasoned writers and new writers the chance to dig into what makes someone important, develop a plan for what needs to be said, and the start of a beautiful Living Eulogy. We will have a time of collaboration through multiple exercises while building eulogies for our living loved ones. Anna Ross is a passionate writer, music enjoyer, IT Change Manager, and lover of people and coffee. Her goal is to tell each person she knows exactly how much they have meant to her life. [ALL LEVELS]

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POETRY

Finding the Poem with Barbara Alfaro

ONLINE: Tuesdays, September 19–October 24, 12:00–1:30PM • $84

Reading fine poetry often sparks new poems of your own. Find inspiration for new poems and revise old ones. Gain feedback on your work from kindred spirits who enjoy reading, writing, and responding to poetry. We will read selections from Wendell Berry, Elizabeth Bishop, Lucille Clifton, Langston Hughes, and Galway Kinnell. The only requirement for this class is a love of poetry. Barbara Alfaro is a Carnegie Center Author Academy mentor and the award-winning author of Mirror Talk, a memoir; Theatre Mad, a collection of comedies; and Catbird, a book of poems. [ALL LEVELS]

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Poetry of Joy & Wonder with Linda Bryant Davis

Tuesdays, September 26–October 17, 5:30–7:00PM • $56

Poets are known for writing about the dark underbelly of things death, loss, and grief. In this four-week workshop, we'll turn that stereotype on its head and concentrate on poetry that points to joy, wonder, and discovery. We'll look at the strategies of several poets (including Ross Gay, Dorianne Laux, and Naomi Shihab Nye) and work on our own poems of joy. Linda Bryant is an author and poet who runs Owsley Fork Sanctuary in Berea, Kentucky. [ALL LEVELS]

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Poetry for Beginners with Linda Freudenberger

Saturday, October 28, 10:30AM–12:30PM • $35

This class is for the beginning poet that wants to learn the basic principles of contemporary poetry. We will discuss some poetry forms, share some contemporary poetry, and participate in writing poems. Linda has

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participated in the Poetry Gauntlet in 2020, Poetry Boot Camp taught by Katerina Stoykova and other poetry classes. Her debut poetry book, The Other Side of the Bed and Beyond will be published by Finishing Line Press in January 2024. Individual poems have appeared in Highland Park Poetry, The Yearling, and Accent magazines. She has participated in LexPoMo for the past three years and is a member of KSPS (Kentucky State Poetry Society). [BEGINNER]

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Poetry & Memory with Quinn Lewis

Thursdays, November 2–December 14 (no class November 23), 5:30–7:00PM • $84

As writers and artists, we draw from many wells observation, experience, overheard conversations, dreams not the least of which is memory. Memory which has the capacity to unleash creativity, to weigh us down, or even deceive us. In this generative workshop, we’ll begin to demystify the relationship between poetry and memory, creating instead exquisite mysteries in the form of metaphors, images, and lines. By accessing and untangling your most striking (and unsuspecting) memories, you’ll work on writing poems drawn from your own recollections. Quinn Lewis is a poet, educator, and editor, whose work has been published in The Southern Review, Ecotone, The Cincinnati Review, among other literary journals. [ALL LEVELS]

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PUBLISHING

The Ins & Outs of Self-Publishing with Liz Carey & Bill Carman

Saturday, October 28, 10:00AM–2:00PM • $56

Publishing your own book couldn't be easier with new resources from Amazon and other smaller publishers. Learn the ins and outs of self-publishing from two authors who've had books published the traditional way, as well as through self-publishing Liz Carey is a freelance writer and author of several books, the latest, Rural Monsters, Myths and Legends published through Amazon's Kindle Publishing on Demand. Bill Carman is the author of several books as well as a fishing guide and Carnegie writing instructor. [INTERMEDIATE]

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MULTIGENRE

SMART Work with Cassie E. Brown

ONLINE: Saturday, September 9, 12:30–2:30PM • $35

Come learn a simple but powerful goal-setting technique that can help you develop focus, productivity, and success in your writing life. Structured from psychology, adapted for writers, and useful for those working alone or with groups, this workshop teaches you how to turn dreams into pr actical, positive habits. Cassie E. Brown is a published author of fiction, poetry, and essays; a passionate educator; a former licensed therapist; and a graduate of the Carnegie Center Author Academy. [ALL LEVELS]

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Free Writing Practice with Leslie Dodd

ONLINE: Fridays, September 15–November 17, 12:00–1:30PM • FREE

This writing experience offers attendees the opportunity to engage in a creative and communicative loop without judgment. We write from a variety of prompts designed to release the inner censor and simply get words on a page. After each timed session, writers read aloud their new work to participating attendees. Listeners respond by recalling words or images that resonated. This zen-like practice originated from Natalie Goldberg's Writing Down the Bones. Leslie Dodd is a painter, poet, songwriter, and aspiring folk opera writer who has enthusiastically attended Free Writing Practice for many years. [ALL LEVELS]

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Free Writing Practice with Melissa Bell-Pitts

Mondays, September 18–November 20, 5:30–7:00PM • FREE

Join us at the community table in the light-filled reference room where we’ll be inspired to write from rotating prompts. We’ll do a few short-timed writing sessions designed to help you get your pen moving while shutting down your inner critic. After each timed session, writers will read their new work aloud to nonjudgmental listeners who will let you know which words or images resonated with them. This zen -like practice originated in Natalie Goldberg’s Writing Down the Bones Melissa Bell-Pitts’s work has been selected as finalists in the Next Great Writers Contest and the Kentucky Women Writers Conference’s Betty Gabehart Prize. [ALL LEVELS]

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So You Want to Write? Let's Get Started with Eugenia Johnson-Smith

ONLINE: Tuesdays, September 19–October 3, 6:00–7:30PM • $42

Do you have an interest in writing or do you talk about writing a book? Don’t let fear or not knowing where to begin stop you. This class will assist you with learning to let go of your fear and embrace the writer within. The class will utilize creative writing exercises and writing techniques. As a result of this class, participants should feel more confident about writing. Eugenia Johnson-Smith author, coach, inspirational and motivational speaker, and CEO of Positive Power LLC Training and Development empowers her clients to be a positive influence in the home, the community, and the world. She is a member of the Carnegie Center Board an d serves as an Ambassador or both the Carnegie Center and the Kentucky Black Writers Collaborative.

PLEASE NOTE: This class is for adults. [ALL LEVELS]

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Off the Clock: How Working Writers Write with Sarah McCartt-Jackson

Saturday, October 7, 10:30–12:30PM • $35

ONLINE: How do writers find time to write when they have a day job? This workshop will help participants make time for writing. We will explore writing routines, prompts, exercises, and activities that will kickstart or revive your writing. Sarah McCartt-Jackson is a poet, educator, and folklorist who made time to write four books of poetry while working full-time. [ALL LEVELS]

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Free Your Mind: Writing as an Outlet with Eugenia Johnson-Smith

ONLINE: Wednesdays, October 11–November 1, 5:30–7:00PM • $56

You are not alone come write with a supportive community to release the stress of current and past events. This class will assist you with letting go of the stress of the past few years. It is an opportunity for you to heal from the loss and hardship caused by the pandemic, social unrest, racial injustice, and natural disasters. Eugenia Johnson-Smith author, coach, inspirational and motivational speaker, and CEO of Positive Power LLC Training and Development empowers her clients to be a positive influence in the home, the community, and the world. She is a member of the Carnegie Center Board and serves as an Ambassador or both the Carnegie Center and the Kentucky Black Writers Collaborative. [ALL LEVELS]

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The Ins, Outs, and How-Tos of Research with Liz Carey

Saturday, November 11, 10:30–12:30PM • $35

Writing is only part of what it takes to craft a non -fiction piece. From delving into genealogy to accessing public records to interviewing subjects, there’s a myriad of things that go into researching. You’ll learn where to find records, how to access them, and tips on interviewing people for your story. Liz Carey is a freelance

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writer and author of several books, the latest, Rural Monsters, Myths and Legends published through Amazon's Kindle Publishing on Demand. [ALL LEVELS]

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Writing the Family Story with Tracee de Hahn & Tom Eblen

ONLINE: Mondays, November 27 - December 18, 5:30 - 7:00PM • $56

This class will help writers wanting to explore historical subjects, whether it be for memoirs, family histories, or historical fiction. The class will cover story and story types, choosing point of view, dialogue and setting, all viewed through the lens of time. There also will be extensive discussion of goals and practical methods for historical research to uncover new information and help add depth to characters and context to the times in which they lived. Tracee de Hahn has a master’s degree in history and is the author of mysteries published by St. Martin’s Press as well as non-fiction historical books for young adults. Tom Eblen is a member of the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame who has contributed chapters to two academic books about Kentucky history. [ALL LEVELS]

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SPECIAL INTEREST

Screenwriting Group with Mitch Smith

ONLINE: Thursdays, September 14–November 2, 6:00–7:30PM • $112

Come join screenwriters from around the world in an exclusive screenwriting group where writers can share their work, ask questions, and learn how to pitch their scripts so that they can succeed in today’s competitive film industry! The group will be overseen by award-winning writer/producer Mitch Smith, and will be a fun, relaxed way to share your screenplay, learn from other screenwriters, get great notes on your piece, and brainstorm ideas for your next blockbuster! Mitch Smith has won or placed in screenwriting competitions through Fade In, Writer’s Digest, Stage 32 and Sreencraft.org (among others), produced the feature film Ghost in the Family (available on Amazon Video), wrote and produced a comedy television pilot, optioned a feature horror script as part of his contest win at YourScriptProduced, and has years of screenwriting experience through his time as both a screenwriter and a script reader/reviewer for companies like SimplyScripts and Write to Reel. [ALL LEVELS]

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Writing What Is: A Writing Circle for BIPOC Womxn - Fall Session 2

with LeTonia Jones & Tanya Torp

ONLINE: Saturdays, November 18–December 16, 10:00–12:00PM • FREE

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The purpose of this circle is to offer a safer space (because there is no truly safe space) for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color) womxn to write and share our truths. It will also serve to build a strong BIPOC womxn’s writing community. Each session will include writing prompts, time for sharing, and encouraging feedback from classmates. One week will also feature writing instruction by a professional BIPOC womxn writer. LeTonia Jones lives in Lexington. She is a small business owner, writer, and guest columnist for the Lexington Herald-Leader. She uses writing as a personal tool for healing and growth. Currently, she is working on collections of poetry and personal essays. Tanya Torp is an agent for social change and has spent her career engaging in community-based initiatives as convener, speaker, trainer, writer, and consultant. Both LeTonia and Tanya are graduates of the Carnegie Center Author Academy.

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How to be an Antiracist Writer

with Claudia Love Mair

ONLINE: Wednesdays, November 29–December 13, 6:00–7:30PM • $42

Whether you are a White writer who wants to use diverse characters in your work, or you’re a Black writer who wants to decenter whiteness in your work, this 6 week, half generative, half workshop class will have something for you. Based on Ibram X Kendi’s How to Be an Antiracist, this class will be a safe space for writers, in a noshame and positive environment. Claudia Love Mair is a writing teacher and the Coordinator for the Kentucky Black Writer’s Collaborative. She holds an MFA from Spalding University. [ALL LEVELS]

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Club del Libro with Tatianna Verswyvel

ONLINE: Last Saturday of each month, August–October, 10:30–12:00PM • FREE

Join us for a monthly discussion group of contemporary Latin American, Latinx, and Hispanic fiction conducted in Spanish. The group welcomes members who are comfortable reading adult Spanish -language books and talking about them. Books will be selected based on group member interests. Join us on the last Saturday of August, September, and October for a discussion on books written in Spanish by contemporary Latin American authors. The first ten registrants for each month will receive a copy of that month’s book selection. For August 26th, we’re reading Solito by Javier Zamora. For information about current selections, contact Tatianna at tverswyvel@gmail.com. Tatianna Verswyvel is a native Spanish speaker with a B.A. in International Affairs from Transylvania University. She is a writer and translator from Caracas, Venezuela. https://carnegiecenterlex.my.salesforce-sites.com/ticket/#/instances/a0F3l000017RBcIEAW

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Brown Bag Book Discussion with Janet Isenhour

Thursdays, September 14–November 2, 12:00–1:00PM • FREE

An informal discussion group focusing on literature by and about women. Be prepared to buy the selected works or borrow them from the library. Contact the Carnegie Center for the updated book list. Jan Isenhour, former Executive Director of the Carnegie Center, has facilitated the Brown Bag group since it began in 1995. She has an M.A. in literature and has taught at the college level. [ALL LEVELS]

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Monthly Book Discussion with Alan Church

HYBRID: Tuesdays, Last Tuesday of every month September–December, 5:30–7:00PM • FREE

Join us for a monthly discussion of contemporary and classic novels as well as nonfiction chosen by the group. This group has been meeting since 1993 and always welcomes new members! Alan Church, Ph.D. is a retired clinical psychologist who has recently taken graduate courses in literature. To join or for information about current selections, contact Alan at church11@webtv.net or (859) 252-7041 or Erin O’Donnell at erin.m.o.donnell333@gmail.com. This class has a rolling registration period. Join anytime!

WORLD LANGUAGES

Conversational French with Erica House

Tuesday, September 5, 11:00–1:00PM • $35

Bring your lunch, your café, or just yourself for 2 hours of informal French dialogue. This class is all in French and you are welcome to participate or simply listen. All levels welcome. No preparation required. Just show up (with a pen and paper optional). In-person only. A bientot!

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Spanish Level 1 with Jordan Yeager

Wednesdays, September 6–October 25 (no class November 22), 5:30–7:00PM • $112

Students will learn basic Spanish grammar, vocabulary, common expressions, greetings, and survival phrases, and discuss some cultural aspects of Spanish-speaking countries. Open to beginners and students who would like to refresh their knowledge of basic Spanish. Students will primarily learn Spanish through the TPRS (Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling) method. Jordan Yeager currently teaches Spanish at Lafayette High School. He has his B.A. in Spanish from Georgetown College, and his M.A. in Teaching of Languages from the University of Southern Mississippi.

Required Text: El capibara con botas by Mira Canion (2016). Please purchase your own copy of the text.

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French Level 2 with Erica House

Mondays, September 11–November 13, 5:30–7:00PM • $140

We will continue to add verbs, vocabulary, and expressions to our repertoire. We will practice pronunciation and reading comprehension by reading aloud.

Required Text: Le Voyage de Sa Vie by Lisa Ray Turner and Blaine Ray. Copyright 2001. Please purchase your own copy of the texts.

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French Level 3 with Erica House

Mondays, September 11–November 13, 10:30AM–12:00PM • $140

We will review and build from previous levels and apply our knowledge through creative mediums. We will gain more access to vocabulary, verbs, and grammar. A basic knowledge of the passé composé and imparfa it is required.

Required Text: Short Stories in French (intermediate) by Olly Richards. Please purchase your own copy of the text.

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French Level 5 with Erica House

Mondays, September 11–November 13, 12:00–1:30PM • $140

An adequate understanding of written and spoken French is required. This course is challenging and accessible.

Required Text: Maigret: Pietr-le-Letton by Simenon. Please purchase your own copy of the text.

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French Level 4 with Erica House

Tuesdays, September 12–November 14, 5:30–7:00PM • $140

We now have gained enough tools from the previous levels to delve more deeply into reading, listening, and discussing comprehension through conversation. We will revisit certain grammar sections and apply them to the season’s lessons.

Required Text: Short Stories in French (intermediate) by Olly Richards. Please purchase your own copy of the text.

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French Level 1 with Erica House

Wednesdays, September 13–November 15, 5:30–7:00PM • $140

This very introductory-level class is designed for the ultra-beginner. We will introduce salutations, pronouns, vocabulary, some prepositions, and some verb conjugations. We will work on pronunciation, personal interests, and question-asking. Expect role-playing and repetition. By the end of the season, you will be able to present yourself to the class!

Required Text: Easy French Step-by-Step by Myrna Bell Rochester, Ph.D. Please purchase your own copy of the text.

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Just Enough Italian - Session 1 with Andrea Branchini

Tuesdays, September 26–October 24, 5:30–7:00PM • $70

Learn to speak conversational Italian and appreciate Italian culture. In this course, you'll learn the fundamentals of the language through exercises, poems, songs, and practice. Andrea Branchini has lived and worked in five countries and has a philosophy degree from the University of Bologna.

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Spanish Level 1 – Fall session 2 with Maria Gomez

Wednesdays, October 25–December 13 (no class November 22), 5:30–7:00PM • $98

Students will learn basic Spanish grammar, vocabulary, common expressions, greetings, and survival phrases, and discuss some cultural aspects of Spanish-speaking countries. Open to beginners and students who would like to refresh their knowledge of basic Spanish. The goal is to complete the first five units from the textbook during class. Dr. Maria Gomez is a public health researcher and expert advisor in community health. She has taught a variety of Spanish courses at the college and community levels.

Req uired Text: Spanish Now! Level 1, 8th ed. (Publisher: Barron) by Ruth J. Silverstein. Please purchase your own copy of the text.

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Spanish Level 2 with Jordan Yeager

Wednesdays, November 1–December 20 (no class November 22), 5:30–7:00PM • $98

We will continue to add vocabulary, verbs, and verb tenses. Students will apply skills learned in Spanish Level 1 and will engage in more active conversation, expressions, and general scenarios related to work, travel, business, health, ect. Students will primarily learn Spanish through the TPRS (Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling) method. Jordan Yeager currently teaches Spanish at Lafayette High School. He has his B.A. in Spanish from Georgetown College, and his M.A. in Teaching of Langu ages from the University of Southern Mississippi.

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Required Text: Agentes secretos y el mural de Picasso by Mira Canion (2017).

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Just Enough Italian - Session 2 with Andrea Branchini

Tuesdays, November 14–December 12, 5:30–7:00PM • $70

Learn to speak conversational Italian and appreciate Italian culture. In this course, you'll learn the fundamentals of the language through exercises, poems, songs, and practice. Andrea Branchini has lived and worked in five countries and has a philosophy degree from the University of Bologna.

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Seniors Writing Group with Sarah Combs

Fridays, September 8–December 1 (no class November 24), 10:30–12:00PM • FREE

Takes place at the Lexington Senior Center • 195 Life Lane, Lexington, KY 40502

If you're interested in writing and have reached that golden age, this is the group for you! Participants can expect cross-genre writing prompts; feedback for family stories, memoirs, poems, and fiction; tips for reading and publishing your work; and lively conversation and fellowship. This class is open to Fayette County residents age 60 and up. Sarah Combs is the author of the YA novels Breakfast Served Anytime and The Light Fantastic, both published by Candlewick Press. [ALL LEVELS]

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Writing the Stories of Your Life with Sylvia Lovely

Wednesdays, September 13–September 27, 6:00–7:30PM • $42

Takes place at Good Foods Co-op • 455 Southland Dr, Lexington, KY 40503

Join Sylvia Lovely for a three-part seminar series on how to write the stories of your life. From cave wall hieroglyphics to great literary works, we are hard-wired to describe and understand our lives and the times in which we live through stories. Perhaps your story is about a difficult time in your life with lessons learned, maybe about a moment of triumph, how you adapted to the pandemic, how you are processing your role in our country’s ongoing struggle for social justice, or even simply a small act th at holds significant meaning to you. As a beginning writer who is interested in dipping your toe in writing and sharing with others, this class will offer basic instructions on how to start, how to find inspiration, and how to understand the power of stories to bring clarity to life’s moments and our choices. In addition to the basics of how to write, come prepared to share your writing with others and hear the stories of your classmates. Be prepared for the wonderful experience of forming a community of support with others. This class is offered in partnership with our friends

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at Good Foods Co-op. Sylvia Lovely is a storyteller and collector. She often introduces herself as a lawyer by training, a CEO by experience and a media mogul in her dreams. She has a rich history in media as the author of three books, numerous articles and opinion pieces for a variety of publications. [ALL LEVELS]

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Brain Power for Seniors with Elise Mandel

ONLINE: Wednesdays, Ongoing, 11:00AM–12:00PM • FREE

To register for this class, please call the Lexington Senior Center at (859) 278-6072.

Keep your brain sharp this year! In this fun class, we will do word games, number games, logic puzzles, and all kinds of challenges to keep your brain moving. Join us any time! Elise Mandel holds a master's degree in education from UMass Amherst, and she teaches classes and works with private students in many subjects.

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KIDS

Spanish for Kids with Elise Mandel

Wednesdays, September 6–November 8, 4:00–5:00PM (no class October 4) • FREE

GRADES 1–5: ¡Hola! Join us for this fun, hands-on workshop for kids. You'll learn the basics of the Spanish language through fun games, crafts, songs, activities, and more. ¡Te esperamos! Elise Mandel holds a master’s degree in education from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She teaches classes and works with private students in many subjects.

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Brain Power for Kids with Elise Mandel

Thursdays, September 7–November 9, 4:00–5:00PM (no class October 5) • FREE

GRADES 2–5: Keep your brain sharp this fall! In this fun class, we will do word games, number games, logic puzzles, and all kinds of challenges to keep your brain moving. Elise Mandel holds a master’s degree in education from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She teaches classes and works with private students in many subjects.

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Math Through Dungeons & Dragons with Elaphe Crabb

Thursdays, September 7–December 9, 5:15–7:15PM (no class Oct. 5, Nov. 23) • FREE GRADES 6-9: Join us for an adventure in learning! This class uses the fantasy role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons to show kids how fun critical thinking, teamwork, and math can be. Through cooperative storytelling, kids learn to work together to solve problems with the tools provided. Math topics covered range from addition and multiplication to algebra and probability, depending on the individual student's needs. Both new and returning students are welcome! Elaphe Crabb holds multiple degrees in math and engineering from the University of Kentucky. He works with private students in multiple subjects and education levels.

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Upper Elementary Math with Elise Mandel

Thursdays, September 7–November 9, 5:00–6:00PM (no class October 5) • FREE GRADES 4–5: Work and play together! This class uses games and cooperative activities to introduce and reinforce math skills, such as addition, subtraction, logic, multiplication, division, fractions, and more. Some homework help will be available. Elise Mandel holds a master’s degree in education from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She teaches classes and works with private students in many subjects.

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Lower Elementary Reading with Martha Crumbie

Mondays, September 11–November 13, 3:30–4:30PM (no class October 2) • FREE

GRADES K-2: This is a fun, hands-on, and interactive class. Students will play games and learn strategies that will help with their reading skills, including vocabulary development, alphabet knowledge, letter -sound correlation, concepts of print, listening and reading comprehension skills. Martha Crumbie has her master’s degree in K-12 special education and over 25 years of teaching experience.

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K-1 Math with Martha Crumbie

Mondays, September 11–November 13, 4:30–5:30PM (no class October 2) • FREE

GRADES K-1: This class is structured to provide your child with strategies, skills, and concepts that are the building blocks for higher-level math through an engaging and hands-on approach. Martha Crumbie has her master’s degree in K-12 special education and over 25 years of teaching experience.

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OWL (Outstanding Writers League) with Carole Johnston

Thursdays, September 14–October 26, 5:00–6:00PM (no class October 5) • FREE GRADES 4-5: Hone your writing skills in a creative, hands-on environment! Together, we’ll explore how fun writing can be as we play writing games and write stories, poems, and more. We will focus on using “neon” words and images in fiction and poetry. Sponsored by the MacAdam Early Childhood & Literacy Fund at Blue Grass Community Foundation. Carole Johnston is a poet, former school library media specialist for GRADES K-8, and former creative writing instructor for the SCAPA literary arts program at Lafayette High School. https://carnegiecenterlex.my.salesforce-sites.com/ticket/#/instances/a0F3l000015ioNtEAI

Toddler Book Club with Glenna Holloway

Saturdays, September 16, October 21, & November 18, 10:15–11:15 AM • FREE 2 YEAR-OLDS & THEIR GROWN-UPS: Join us for story time, free books, and hands-on activities designed to encourage early excitement for reading. This laid-back atmosphere is friendly to busy toddlers and is a great first introduction to a story time setting. A free book is included for th e first 15 registered families in attendance! Funded by PNC Foundation. Please register for each session you wish to attend. With experience in both performing and teaching, Glenna Holloway brings with her a love for children and books! Her goal is to teach practical skills while instilling a joy for learning.

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Early Learner Book Club with Glenna Holloway

Saturdays, September 16, October 21, & November 18, 11:30AM–12:30PM • FREE

3–5 YEAR-OLDS & THEIR GROWN-UPS: Join us for story time, free books, and hands-on activities designed to encourage early excitement for reading. This laid-back atmosphere is friendly to preschoolers and is a great first introduction to a story time setting. A free book is included for the first 15 registered families in attendance! Funded by PNC Foundation. Please register for each session you wish to attend. With experience in both performing and teaching, Glenna Holloway brings with her a love for children and books! Her goal is to teach practical skills while instilling a joy for learning.

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Literacy for Little Ones with Diane Mason

Tuesdays, October 10–31, 10:15–11:00AM • FREE

BIRTH TO 3 YEAR-OLDS & THEIR GROWN-UPS: Join us for a story and playtime that uses seasonally themed books and activities to promote the development of early language skills. We will also provide strategies and share ideas to enable parents to foster a love of reading, writing, speaking, and all things literacy. A free book is included for the first 10 registered families in attendance! Funded by PNC Foundation Diane Mason is a speech language pathologist who loves to read stories! She always aspires to create a fun, casual, interactive learning environment to spark a little one’s creativity, curiosity, and stimulate their imagination, all the while building important language, communication, social, and cognitive skills. She also strives to make Storytime a special time to encourage each parent and child to connect and feel a sense of community, support, and friendship.

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Spelling Bee Prep for Families with Elise Mandel

Monday, November 13, 5:00–7:00PM • FREE

GRADES 3-8 AND THEIR GROWN-UPS: Are you interested in spelling bee competitions? Do you love to spell and learn the meaning of new words? This is a workshop for students who are interested in participating in their school's spelling bee, as well as their parents/guardians. We will learn words from other languages, reference spelling bee movies and books, play games, and host a mock spelling bee. Elise Mandel holds a master’s degree in education from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She teaches classes and works with private students in many subjects.

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Multiplication Madness for Parents with Elise Mandel

Tuesday, November 14, 5:30–7:00PM • FREE

PARENTS OF STUDENTS GRADES 3 & UP: Mid-way through the school year, it may be time for parents to learn more about how to help their students understand and master multiplication. Do you know how to multiply the nines on your fingers? Ways to memorize the "hardest" facts through fun rhymes? How to use special flash cards to link multiplication and division? In this class, we will learn about patterns and multiples, factors, and divisibility rules. Bring your kid's homework, ask questions, and be ready to become a multiplication expert! Elise Mandel holds a master’s degree in education from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She teaches classes and works with private students in many subjects.

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TEENS

Storytelling: My Teen Life with Jonathan Scott

Thursdays, September 28–November 9, 4:30–5:30PM (no class October 5) • FREE

GRADES 9-12: Everybody’s life is full of stories: big and small. If you've ever listened to the Moth Radio Hour or the Moth Podcast, you already know the power and fun of personal storytelling. Popular among college students and young adults, the stories we tell in this class aren't traditional tales, folktales, or stand-up comedy. They are part of our shared human existence. Sometimes dramatic, sometimes hilarious, sometimes ordinary and seemingly insignificant but always honest, authentic, and real. In workshop sessions, we will learn to find the experience we need to tell, develop it into a story structure, and learn how to present it orally to an audience in a supportive and fun atmosphere. We will celebrate with an event where we tell our stories to an audience in the first person, on stage, and without notes. Jonathan Scott has taught workshops and presented both live and online personal storytelling events in North Carolina since 2018. He is also the author of four novels and a short story collection.

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Ghost Story Writing with Elizabeth Kilcoyne

Tuesdays, October 10–October 24, 5:30–7:00 PM • $42

AGES 16+: Ghosts reflect to us both the uncanny and the all too familiar. Their terrifying power can be used to hurt or to heal in narrative. Join horror author Elizabeth Kilcoyne in exploring the spirit realm through writing, and visit it on October 27 with Marley Knockers Paranormal! See full course description on the website for event details. Elizabeth Kilcoyne is a YA Horror author from Lexington. Her novel, Wake the Bones , was a finalist for the William C. Morris Award. [ALL LEVELS]

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Teen Banned Book Club in partnership with the Lexington Public Library

Every third Tuesday of the Month October–December • FREE

GRADES 9-12: Join us at Northside Lexington Public Library on the third Tuesday of each month for a mindful discussion of a recently banned or challenged book and the topics surrounding it. The club is for teens, and participants will need to register with the library. The first 10 registrants will receive a free copy of the monthly selection provided by the Carnegie Center. Questions? Contact Jennie Samons, the Lexington Public Library Teen Librarian for the Northside Branch, at 859-231-5500, ext. 2435.

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College Prep Mentoring with Beth Murner

BY APPOINTMENT: $50/hr

Scholarship rate available for students with financial need

GRADES 9-12: Overwhelmed by the college search, selection, and application process? Let an expert help. Services include pre-college planning, scholarship search, college search, ACT preparation, interview skills, essay writing, application navigation, and more. Through her work in college admissions and private consulting, Beth Murner has guided hundreds of students through the college admissions process. Email Beth at BethMurnerCarnegie@gmail.com to schedule your session either in-person at the Carnegie Center or online via Zoom.

ACT Math Mentoring with Rajiv Khanna

BY APPOINTMENT: $50/hr

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GRADES 10-12: Having trouble studying for the ACT? Let a mentor help! These mentoring sessions serve as a focused review of the specific skills needed to ace the Math tests on the ACT. Email info@carnegiecenterlex.org or call (859) 254-4175 ext. 21 to schedule your session online via Zoom. Rajiv Khanna has extensive experience teaching math and science classes at the college and high school level.

Required Text: The Official ACT Prep Guide 2023-2024 (Publisher: WILEY) Please purchase your own copy of the text. You must have the text at the mentoring sessions.

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ACT Science, English, & Reading Mentoring with Rajiv Khanna

BY APPOINTMENT: $50/hr

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GRADES 10-12: Having trouble studying for the ACT? Let a mentor help! These mentoring sessions serve as a focused review of the specific skills needed to ace the Science, English, & Reading tests on the ACT. Email info@carnegiecenterlex.org or call (859) 254-4175 ext. 21 to schedule your session online via Zoom. Rajiv

Khanna has extensive experience teaching Math and Science classes at the college and high school levels.

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