New November Classes: Creative Writing with David Wallace at the Mizell Center in Palm Springs
Creative Writing with David Wallace
November 6 – December 18
(no classes on 11/27 or 12/11)
10:30 am – 12:30 pm
David Wallace, host of Mizell’s Creative Writing workshop, is a nationally published author of nine non-fiction books, three novels, and co-author of several additional books. His work has been called “inspired” by The New York Times.
The hallmark of David’s writing classes is informality, in which a comfortable environment of mutual respect for everyone’s work – whether they are experienced writers or those exploring a new interest. During the classes he guides participants through the excitement of choosing and developing their personal project whether it is a family history, a play, or a novel, or continuing a previous project.
Class participant (for 5 years) and published author Tom Williams says: “David helped me discover my inner fantasy-fiction writer. I’m having a blast!” (Tom’s recent, nationally published book written under his nom de plume T. Lawton Carney, is “The Zenobian Affair,” available from Amazon.
David’s most recent book is “I Called Him Uncle Harry” (Donella Press), a memoir of growing up within an intimately-knit family headed by Senator, then President Harry S Truman. Once the long-time Hollywood representative of the late, syndicated columnist Liz Smith, David is presently writing the history of gossip.