I’m excited to announce that I’m launching my own writing workshops in the fall, starting the week of September 14. I have taken the best elements of all the workshops I have taught and participated in over the years and blended them into one engaging, rigorous combination. My workshops are a great way to get yourself writing again and are open to all New York based writers. I’ve even had writers make the journey from Jersey or Connecticut to join my classes (previously taught through Sackett Street Writers’ Workshop) in Brooklyn before.
If you live in or near New York City and you need some motivation, structure, feedback, encouragement, community, and good, solid, craft discussion, please consider joining me. I’ll also supply tasty snacks, of course (anyone who has been in my classes before knows I have a mean addiction to Kettle brand sea salt and black pepper crinkle cut chips, among other things…)
Here are the details:
- These will be craft-focused workshops, open to fiction and nonfiction writers, limited to just six writers per group (so you get more individual attention).
- You’ll get eight sessions, total, and we will meet every other week (so you’ll have structure and feedback over a sixteen week period).
- Each session will last three hours and include some in-class writing and discussion of process (so everyone will engage with their work and leave with a goal).
- Everyone will submit four times, a maximum of 25 pages (so you could produce and workshop up to 100 new pages).
- Everyone will get a one hour phone or in-person consultation with me over the course of the workshop.
- The price? Just $595.
I’ll be running two sessions. One will start the week of September 14 and one the week of September 21. That means I’ll have space for twelve writers this fall. I did an email to my current and former clients about a week ago and there are now only six spots left open. If you are interested in one of them, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll be happy to answer any questions and give you information on how to reserve a spot.
If a workshop doesn’t suit you right now, I’m still available for one-on-one consultations. Contact me at email@example.com to discuss the options or check out my website, nancyrawlinson.com, for more information about my services and fees.
All this business development is making me reassess various aspects of my self presentation – including the name of this blog, which you’ll see has changed. Look for some more posts on what makes for a good workshop experience soon.