When you decide to set pen to page there’s magic!
But sometimes it’s hard to begin. Whether you’re new or an old pro.
And that’s where I come in.
Because I make it easy and fun to find your way onto the page.
And when you do, you discover some wonderful things.
- A unique voice inside that may have been silent
- A way onto the page that makes it easier to get the writing started
- Wonderful connections with other writers who are experiencing the same feelings as you
- A way to soften your inner critic, to lower your self-expectations, and to be delighted with your results
- A lot of FUN!
Or maybe this is you:
You have a writing practice and it feels like you have to begin again and again. These circles will make it easier to get to your writing desk.
You have ideas but could use the structure of a writing group to get started.
You’re in the midst of a writing project and could use inspiration.
You already know you’re a writer and want to re-commit to your craft.
All of these things and more can happen when you experience an Amherst Writers and Artist’s writing workshop. (This is not a critique or editing group. It is spontaneous writing that is then shared and we as listeners/readers only focus on what stays with us and what is working in the freshly written piece.)
If you want to write more, you owe it to yourself to join a circle that will give you momentum.
If you’ve ever wondered if you could write, you owe it to yourself to investigate.
Wherever you are on continuum from the wannabe to the beginner to someone who is comfortable calling themselves a writer, you will find these circles a powerful. motivator.
Oh, and it’s a lot of FUN!
Come to one, two, three or all!
Dates: Thursdays, 6:30 – 8:15 pm ET
May 19, June 2, June 16, June 30
$25 per session
$90 for all four
Taking interest in a daytime writing circle. Contact me and let me know the dates you can attend.
Tuesdays, May 10 and 24, June 7 and 21. 11:30 am – 1:15 pm ET