"I am trying to check my habits of seeing, to counter them for the sake of greater freshness. I am trying to be unfamiliar with what I'm doing." - John Cage

Saturday, December 9, 2023

New 2024 Workshop Schedule is now open for registration!

Poet Aaron Abeyta in his letter In Praise of Books, says of writers:

"We broker in what we see on a daily basis and also that which we imagine. We fuse the two constantly, alchemists that work at new meaning, new vision, new understanding. We must see differently; it is, perhaps, the only requirement of the job."

Reading, writing, joining in community to study and explore other writers' work is how we continue to see differently, to explore meaning and deepen understanding of each other.

Winter 2024 Writing Workshops

Submissions and Publication: a workshop series online with guest authors
3 Tuesday evenings 6-8 pm

January 30th, February 13th & 27th

Successful authors will share the latest news in the world of publishing in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. Reassess your goals or set publishing goals for the first time in your writing life. Guest authors each week share their tips and experience.  $160

Monday Night Creative Writing Workshop 6 wk Series In-person and on zoom with chocolate and tea: January 8, 15, 29, February 5, 12, 19 6:30-8 pm

A fun and generative workshop for beginners and experienced writers alike. Do you wish you wrote more? Want to feel a sense of community when you write? Craft, technique, and prompts for fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. A kick in the butt for your writing life! $180.

Revision Workshop for Memoir, Fiction and Non-fiction - call me for details

I try to leave out the parts that people skip.   - Elmore Leonard
In this intimate workshop, the goal is to develop and revise your first draft by pushing further to the next level, strengthening your writing skills and exploring meaning in your writing. This workshop is deadline- and goal-oriented to complete the next draft of a project for publication.

I am always available for manuscript review and developmental editing in fiction, non-fiction, and poetry.

Happy writing!
Karen Terrey

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