It’s Never Too Late: Developing a Writing Life in Mid-Life and Beyond

Jayne Moore Waldrop

Jayne Moore Waldrop is the author of Retracing My Steps (Finishing Line Press 2019). Waldrop graduated from the University of Kentucky with an English degree and a juris doctorate, and after practicing law in Louisville and Frankfort, she decided to pursue a personal dream of becoming a writer. In 2014 she earned her MFA in Creative Writing from the Murray State University Low-Residency MFA Program. Her work has appeared in numerous literary journals and anthologies. She has also studied writing at Bread Loaf Orion Environmental Writers Workshop and the Appalachian Writers Workshop. She was a contributing columnist on Kentucky books for the Louisville Courier-Journal and served as literary arts liaison at the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning.

  • Venue:
    Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning
  • Time:
    Noon - 1:30 pm
  • Meets On:
        Mondays, April 8 - April 29
  • Address:
    251 W. Second Street
    Lexington, KY, 40507
  • Cost:

With Jayne Moore Waldrop.

This class is designed to help women develop writing routines and confidence to tell their stories, especially those in a transitional time of their lives due to retirement from career or reduced caregiving responsibilities. Author Jayne Moore Waldrop will share foundational ideas that work when committing to a writing life. The class focuses on the craft of creative writing, and developing habits and discipline to become writers. It’s never too late! Designed for beginning and emerging writers. Limit 8 participants. Offered without fee through the generous support of the Kentucky Foundation for Women.

Register now forĀ It’s Never Too Late: Developing a Writing Life in Mid-Life and Beyond.