About

Janet Mason has taught for Temple University Center City, Philadelphia; Stockton College (with the Atlantic County Teen Arts Festival) in New Jersey; and the Kelly Writers House with the University of Pennsylvania and the Mt. Airy Learning Tree, both in Philadelphia.  The next session of her class, Telling Our Stories, begins on Aril 25.  You can write to her at janetmason3@msn.com for more information.

 

Janet Mason, author and teacher, Telling Our Stories, writing classes in Philadelphia

I am teaching Telling Our Stories, a writing class in Philadelphia.

“I have been teaching for more than ten years — and am continually amazed at what my students come up with in the class.  My philosophy is to create an atmosphere of encouragement and empowerment.  Together, we can find our voices and affirm our stories.”  — Janet Mason

Click on the following link to find out more about the services, including private writing coaching, that Janet Mason offers through Wordsmith Enterprises
http://wordsmithenterprises.wordpress.com/ 

“I have taken two writing classes with Janet Mason and both produced results.  I had one essay published by the “Schuylkill Valley Journal” and two published by www.falling-apart.net.  I found Janet’s ability to engage the class in critiques of our work to be most profitable.  Her insight into how to improve my work made me a better writer.” — Tranda Fishellis

 Janet Mason is a writer, editor, teacher,coach, and publicist.

Her most recent book is Tea Leaves: a memoir of mothers and daughters
(Bella Books April 2012)

Janet Mason is also an award winning freelance writer. She has been the recipient of four brochure awards, including two MarCom Gold Awards and two Communicator Awards of Distinction. Janet has twenty years experience crafting award-winning communications.

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