Whether published or yet-to-be-published, every writer can benefit from collaboration with a jury of their peers: a group of writers who offer honest encouragement, the magic combination of critique and support. Or you may apply the full fee as a credit for another class. That’s why WOW! In this class, we invite you to explore new beginnings with images, reflection and writing. This tribe is one of contemplation, inspiration, wit, and action. Our instructors are wonderful ladies who go above and beyond to help you achieve your writing goals. Cross our hearts. NO MATTER HOW BUSY YOU ARE, YOU CAN STILL FIND TIME TO WRITE! So give a little or give a lot. Whether you are looking to boost your income or work on your craft, we know that education is an important part of a writer’s career. email me for details. Write info@NextTribe.com for the discount code. This six-week virtual class invites you on a journey to a greater sense of purpose and self-worth. Also in each session, the students will break into small groups to practice forming and running the writers’ group of their dreams. We will only use your email to send you a weekly digest of new stories posted on the site and occasionally to let you know about special events. How to drink it all in and how to give back. Check back often as we offer new programs regularly! We believe you don’t get to be this age without living through some profound, magical, disturbing, transformative moments. Nurturing and celebrating the individual voice. SUBMISSIONS CONSULTATION (up to 4,500 words) with Chelsey Clammer, MANUSCRIPT DRAFT EDITING PACKAGE WITH CONSULTATION (For Novels, Short Story Collections, and Memoirs – up to 100,000 words) with Margo L. Dill, STORY SEEDLINGS: DAILY PROMPTS, WEEKLY FEEDBACK, AND A 5,000-WORD CRITIQUE by Amanda Zieba, SIMPLIFY YOUR BOOK-WRITING PROCESS WITH A BOOK STYLE GUIDE by Bernadette Geyer, ONLINE CLIPS FOR FREELANCE WRITERS: WEBSITES VS. It’s a wonderful experience and an excellent way to further develop your skills, or to try your hand at something completely new! In each session, a different member of Meredith’s own writing group will make a brief presentation about how the group works for her, and will take questions from the students. Thank You so much." Using Women Writing for (a) Change® practices we will focus on writing both during and outside of class as a means of discovery and affirmation of who we, as individuals, truly are. How to train your editor brain—even when you aren’t writing. For a separate fee, Meredith will be available to consult with and/or lead writers’ groups that form as a result of this workshop. Now that we have more time for adventure, more experience for new life paths, more wisdom to connect the dots in our histories, and less care about what people think, we’re sure these coming years can be a glorious stretch. If you have another e-mail address you’d like to use for the course, please send it to Marcia & Angela classroom[at]wow-womenonwriting[dot]com and we will forward the information to your instructor. If checkout doesn’t appear above, please click here to purchase a ticket. Please join us on our walkabout. Our specialty classes offer theme-based opportunities for writers and those wishing to explore other forms of creativity in addition to writing. It is an opportunity to learn how to expand our writing skills, surrounded by caring individuals who really want to listen to each of our efforts, and offer kind insights and encouragement. We understand that things may come up in your life where you are unable to attend the class. Upon successful completion of payment via PayPal, your name, email address, and contact info will be submitted to your instructor within a week of your enrollment. handpicks qualified instructors and targeted classes that women writers will benefit from. Here's what We Do In the Women Who Write Groups Each Monday at noon I'll post the lesson and writing prompts for that week. Those students who are ready to form a writing group will be guided to do so by the end of the three weeks. We want to continue publishing stories about love later in life, adult children never leaving home, wearing a bikini after 50 and trips of a lifetime! EMPOWER YOUR MUSE, EMPOWER YOUR WRITING SELF, DEVELOPING YOUR AUTHENTIC VOICE: A WRITING WORKSHOP, AUTOFICTION WORKSHOP: EXPLORING HYBRID WRITING, AUTOFICTION II: WORKSHOPPING HYBRID WRITING, USING IMAGERY TO SHOW NOT TELL: IT’S THE EXPERIENCE ITSELF THAT ENGAGES AND CONVINCES, LIFE’S A BITCH AND THEN YOU WRITE: A THREE-STEP TECHNIQUE TO STRENGTHEN YOUR WORK-IN-PROGRESS, WRITING MIDDLE GRADE AND YOUNG ADULT FICTION: A STUDY AND WORKSHOP, GHOSTWRITING YOUR WAY TO A PROFITABLE WRITING BUSINESS, MOTHERHOOD ESSAYS: WRITE & RECEIVE PERSONAL FEEDBACK, THE PIZZAZZ OF WRITING: Clever Tricks to Take Your Prose from Boring to Dazzling, NOT WHAT BUT HOW: IMPROVING ESSAYS WITH A FOCUS ON CRAFT, NOT CONTENT, WRITING WITH TRANSITIONS: How to Keep Readers Close While Moving Them Through Time and Space, CREATING AN ONLINE CREATIVE-WRITING CLASS FOR FUN AND PROFIT, THE WOMEN WRITERS’ BOOK GROUP: CRAZY GOOD WRITING, IN A FLASH: WRITING AND PUBLISHING DYNAMIC FLASH PROSE, GO AHEAD—MAKE A SCENE: IN-DEPTH TECHNIQUES FOR COMPLETE ENGAGEMENT, THE WRITERS WORKSHOP - SPECULATIVE MEMOIR: An in-depth workshop for pieces in progress, WHAT OUR BODIES HAVE TO SAY: WRITING ABOUT, WRITING WITH THE BODY, WRITING IS REVISING: HOW TO BECOME A BETTER EDITOR, THE WRITERS WORKSHOP - LITERARY FICTION: An in-depth workshop for pieces in progress. Every single one had a … Period. My Husband and I Keep Fighting Over Politics, As “Laurel Canyon” Spotlights Cass Elliot, Her Daughter Talks About the Star’s Pain and Bravery. • How to attract, screen, and recruit the perfect mix of writers for the group, • How to custom-structure the group so it works best for the writers in it, • Learning the art of honest encouragement, critiquing and supporting each member to help them achieve their best work, • How to balance general discussions of craft, publishing trends, and such practical matters as finding an agent—with specific workshopping of group members’ work, • How to deal constructively with inter-group tensions, competitiveness, and conflict. by Kelly L. Stone, EMPOWER YOUR MUSE, EMPOWER YOUR WRITING SELF by Kelly L. Stone, WRITING THE PICTURE BOOK by Mindy Hardwick, DEVELOPING YOUR AUTHENTIC VOICE: A WRITING WORKSHOP by Melanie Faith, AUTOFICTION WORKSHOP: EXPLORING HYBRID WRITING by Gila Green, AUTOFICTION II: WORKSHOPPING HYBRID WRITING by Gila Green, USING IMAGERY TO SHOW NOT TELL: IT’S THE EXPERIENCE ITSELF THAT ENGAGES AND CONVINCES by Sheila Bender, 1-2-3 PERSONAL ESSAYS & WEEKLY FEEDBACK by Kandace Chapple, LIFE’S A BITCH AND THEN YOU WRITE: A THREE-STEP TECHNIQUE TO STRENGTHEN YOUR WORK-IN-PROGRESS by Kelly L. Stone, WRITING MIDDLE GRADE AND YOUNG ADULT FICTION: A STUDY AND WORKSHOP by Margo L. Dill, GHOSTWRITING YOUR WAY TO A PROFITABLE WRITING BUSINESS by Karen Cioffi, MOTHERHOOD ESSAYS: WRITE & RECEIVE PERSONAL FEEDBACK by Kandace Chapple, THE PIZZAZZ OF WRITING: Clever Tricks to Take Your Prose from Boring to Dazzling by Barbara Noe Kennedy, NOT WHAT BUT HOW: IMPROVING ESSAYS WITH A FOCUS ON CRAFT, NOT CONTENT by Chelsey Clammer, WRITING WITH TRANSITIONS: How to Keep Readers Close While Moving Them Through Time and Space by Sheila Bender, CREATING AN ONLINE CREATIVE-WRITING CLASS FOR FUN AND PROFIT by Melanie Faith, THE WOMEN WRITERS’ BOOK GROUP: CRAZY GOOD WRITING by Chelsey Clammer, IN A FLASH: WRITING AND PUBLISHING DYNAMIC FLASH PROSE by Melanie Faith, GO AHEAD—MAKE A SCENE: IN-DEPTH TECHNIQUES FOR COMPLETE ENGAGEMENT by Sheila Bender, THE WRITERS WORKSHOP - SPECULATIVE MEMOIR: An in-depth workshop for pieces in progress by Naomi Kimbell, WHAT OUR BODIES HAVE TO SAY: WRITING ABOUT, WRITING WITH THE BODY by Chelsey Clammer, CREATING THE FIVE MINUTE MEMOIR by Sheila Bender, WRITING IS REVISING: HOW TO BECOME A BETTER EDITOR by Chelsey Clammer, THE WRITERS WORKSHOP - LITERARY FICTION: An in-depth workshop for pieces in progress by Naomi Kimbell, Questions? First born in Bristol in the spring of 2019, the initial pilot was funded by the National Lottery through Arts Council England; over 12 months, nearly sixty women – and their babies – met for fortnightly workshops led by novelist and Mothership founder Emylia Hall. Each session will start at 8 pm ET, 7 CT, 6 MT, 5 PT and last 2 hours. WWf(a)C offers a rich array of specialty classes and workshops. Attendees have access to workshops, including one with creative writing instructor Margaret Harrington, plus a reading on the last evening to celebrate your work. Intuitive Editing: A Creative and Practical Guide to Revising Your Writing.