Write the Revolution Workshop with L.M. Elliott
How can you use historical documents to spark creativity, reveal characters, and write compelling narratives? Join New York Times best-selling author L.M. Elliott for a special workshop geared towards young authors aged 11 to 15. In this hour-long workshop, Elliott will share how she used historical documents – letters, journals, and memoirs – to discover and create a dramatic, fact-infused story.
This is a drop-off workshop just for children, but parents/guardians are welcome to stay and observe if they wish. Parents/guardians who prefer to drop-off children will be asked to complete registration forms on arrival. All workshop participants are encouraged to stay after the workshop for a special free-with-Museum Admission talk, trivia and book signing by L.M. Elliott at 2 pm. (Please note the workshop fee includes Museum Admission for workshop participating children only.)
L.M. Elliott is author of Hamilton and Peggy! A Revolutionary Friendship and winner of the Grateful American Book prize.
Space is limited; advanced booking is encouraged.
Write the Revolution
Inspired by our flagship book series Read the Revolution, the Museum is proud to present Write the Revolution, a series of author talks and workshops for children and teens. Through the magic of storytelling, historical fiction puts people at the center of history, presents multiple perspectives and brings the past to life.