“The senior circuit” Writing group

a "Under the watchful eye of Ross Winterowd, a retired USC writing professor, the small group slowly opened up. A word became a sentence, which then blossomed into a paragraph. One day they just started telling each other stories that hadn't been told in a long, long time. " Anna Pinter wrote about the first house her father built on a 5-acre plot in rural Indiana, with fiberboard and cinder blocks. Art Weiland described the many hats his late wife wore – literally. Robert Barany decided to take a light-hearted look back at his boyhood years in a coal camp in West Virginia. If you're a storyteller, you're a storyteller." Read the rest of the OC Register article.