FREE TO ALL VETERANS
DROP-INS ARE WELCOME
Veterans' Voices is a free and ongoing writing workshop that is open to all Veterans, from any branch of service. It offers a supportive environment and the tools needed for the writing of stories, service related or not, (fiction and nonfiction) as well as memoir, poetry and drama.
“When you write, you preserve a memory and stand as a witness to your time.”
To conform to COVID-19 safety recommendations Veterans' Voices Writing Workshop is currently taking place over Zoom.
For more information, or to join the next session, please contact the workshop instructor, Mike Restaino at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mike Restaino is an author and filmmaker. His award-winning debut feature film Better Than Crazy was released in 2015, and his first novel, Paper Ghosts, was published in 2018 (both are available wherever movies and books are sold). Born and raised in Placerville, Mike received a B.A. in Film History at U.C. Berkeley and an M.F.A. in Film Production at U.S.C. He was the youngest serially-published movie critic in California when he contributed a weekly column in the Mountain Democrat from 1987-1994. He has two books set for release in 2021: a murder mystery set in North Lake Tahoe titled The Dead Girl Lies, and Everything Is Dark Under the Stars, a collection of science-fiction short stories.
Learn more about Mike and his projects at www.mike-restaino.com.
Veterans' Voices was funded in part by El Dorado County Veterans Commission, Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority, and the California Arts Council
Veterans in the Arts program.
Veterans in the Arts