Sun, Sep 27|
Writing from the Womb Free Intro Class
This registration is for the Free Intro Class on September 27th
Time & Location
Sep 27, 2020, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
WRITING FROM THE WOMB
(For beginner, intermediate and advanced writers)
9 WEEK WORKSHOP SERIES October 4th-December 27th, 2020
WFW meets Sunday’s 10/4, 10/11,10/18, 11/8, 11/15, 11/22, 12/6, 12/20, 12/27
- Early bird rate $405
- Early bird payment plan $45 per session if registered by Sept. 29th
- Starting October 1st -WFW $495/ $60 per week
- Returning students $35 per week ($315).
WEEK ONE: The essay
WEEK TWO: The memoir
WEEK THREE: The poem
WEEK FOUR: WORKSHOP ONE
WEEK FIVE: Story structure
WEEK SIX: Point of view
WEEK SEVEN: Writing fiction
WEEK EIGHT: WORKSHOP TWO
WEEK NINE: WORKSHOP THREE / Reading / Celebration
Writing from the Womb (WFW) was established in 2013 by Alicia Anabel Santos. Since then she has midwifed +139 students while nurturing hundreds of others as the founder of the NYC Latina Writers Group @nyclwg (Est. 2006). As the Writing Midwife, she has helped birth countless stories, essays and poems. She offers WFW and WFW the master class (writing intensive) WFW is a nine-week creative writing workshop and WFW the Master Class is a six-week writing intensive where my writers generate close to sixty pages of prose by the end of the workshop.
WFW INTENTION: WFW the nine week creative writing workshop moves at a slower pace than the master class. This workshop is for writers at all levels (beginner to seasoned writer). Who can attend? You are a writer seeking a supportive environment to generate new writing or get back to the page. WFW SESSIONS:
Each session combines craft essays, required readings and writing assignments. CRITIQUE WORKSHOPS are required attendance. If you miss a session you will receive a link with the playback video
WFW and WFW MASTER CLASS courses consist of craft lectures on world building, character and plot development, revision and attending required workshops.
In preparation for all workshops you will be required to read a peer's work in progress and offer suggestions for revision. Any additional readings assigned on craft are optional. There will be no homework other than reading peer work and generating new pages, as well as editing and revising your own work. You are working on one project.