What's Your Story, Morning Glory?

Have you always wanted to write but worry that your story's not that interesting? Do you own a collection of blank journals that you never write in because your story's not important enough? Love to write but need a little structure to get back in the habit? What are you waiting for?

Join our class and discover a world of story in your day to day. Each class is structured around simple and fun writing exercises, experience mining, exploration of the personal narrative, and optional weekly take-home assignments. No judgment, no critique, just lots of writing — also sharing through reading aloud, if you choose.

(Almost) Every damn Saturday! Drop in or buy a 6-class card — give it a try — the world requires your story.

Saturday mornings
no class Apr 18

9:00 AM -11:00 AM in the Schoolhouse Meetingroom (park at the rear left of the parking lot and follow the path near the Admin Building)

Buy 5 get 1 free! 6-class punchcard just $100 (pick up card in class once you register)

Drop-in Rate: $20 per class

Christine Ernst is a poet, performer, maker, and frequent speaker, focusing on the connection of wellness, personal narrative, and community. She writes and performs a popular one-woman show every summer as the Fat Ass Cancer Bitch, and FACB 2020: Hindsight's a Bitch will be the 10th annual installment in the series. She was a Mass Poetry Poet in the Spotlight and is published in the Cape Cod Poetry Review, Ars Medica, Placeholder Magazine, and in the 2018 Quill's Edge Press anthology, 50/50. She works as the Director of Education, Grants, & Outreach for CCftA, and loves teaching Morning Glory, now it its 10th year. She believes that the story will save us all.

For more information, visit her website,

Our classes and workshops are open to students of all abilities and needs. We are currently unable to provide one-on-one instruction, though we will make every attempt to address accommodations for full and successful engagement whenever possible.
If a student requires individual supports, parent/guardian/PCA/teacher/ABA Therapists/etc are welcome to attend.
Please contact Christine Ernst, Director of Education, for more information at