My goal is to provide a friendly, supportive and casual atmosphere for writers to connect and get some writing done. I host and lead virtual workshops and write-ins, great for writers in need of inspiration, accountability and/or community. Prompts, timer, and encouragement provided all you need to do is show up and write. Scroll down for more info on current and upcoming events.
I’ve learned that mornings writing sessions are the best way for me to stick with a regular writing routine. Join me if you’d like to commit to your 2022 writing goals. Write-ins are free to attend.
Sessions are scheduled for two hours, 9am-11am (Eastern), Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. Click below for more info and registration.
Scheduled dates through-out April, check registration page for exact dates and times. $10 per session
Celebrate National Poetry Month with me. In this workshop we'll combine elements of poetry and spirituality as inspiration for our writing practice. We will utilize a variety of readings, exercises and concepts from the book above as a way into our own writing practice, in addition to using specific poems as prompts. Participants are encouraged to write in any form, style or genre they prefer. For workshop purposes spirituality is defined as seeking a connection with something larger than ourself. The goal is to intentionally connect with poetry as a life enriching practice. This is a creative writing workshop, and the focus will always be on the writing.
I will be participating in Amherst Writers & Artists annual fundraiser. Write Around the World raises funds to support AWA and its writing for social justice programs. Click on either of the dates above to register for one of my sessions. Or click the link below to see the full event schedule.
Starting May 4th Wednesdays 7pm $5
Anytime is a great time for horror. Join me for a one and half hour writing workshop using horror themed prompts. You don't have to write horror, writers of all styles, genres and forms are welcome.
Postponed until further notice
Let the Tarot inspire your writing. Provided prompts will vary, including random card draws or divinatory spreads, drawing on the symbolism, imagery, divinatory meaning and/or interpretations from different Tarot decks. No experience or knowledge of the Tarot is required. You do not need to own a deck to participate, the needed images and information will be provided. However, you may use your deck if you choose.ece of writing in this one and a half hour creative writing workshop.
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