Workshops



WRITE FROM THE BOTTOM OF YOUR MIND: Sit/Walk/Write/Retreat

LEARN THE COMPLEMENTARY PRACTICES OF SITTING MEDITATION, SLOW WALKING, AND WRITING PRACTICE.

DISCOVER

- an oasis of silence and stillness
a safe space to write and read your work without judgment
a community of like-minded writers and practitioners
a compassionate and committed instructor

 Monday nights, 6:00 – 8:30 p.m., Feb. 3, 10, 24, March 3, 17, 24,  April 7, 28, Congregation Beth Israel chapel, 3901 Shoal Creek Boulevard

Saturday, April 12, Silent Retreat at the Writing Barn in South Austin

 Cost: $500

 For more information and to register, contact Saundra at we-write@texas.net

 

COMMIT TO CREATE: 

A Circle of Support, Structure, and Accountability for Writers. 

For writers of essays, short stories, books, and blogs,who are ready to move forward with their work—to complete projects, to submit them, and see them in print.

 

   You have a project in mind, or maybe in progress, and you need structure and support to get it done.

   You get stuck in the creative process and would benefit from a series of steps to progress toward your goals.

   You feel like you’re working in a vacuum and seek a circle of like-minded writers, who are both committed and compassionate.


Together we will

   Create goals and intentions

   Shape ours schedules to meet our goals

   Further our craft by studying great works in related genres

   Give and receive specific, constructive feedback, based on individual needs

 

Time: Friday mornings, 9 a.m. -12 p.m.

Dates: February 14 and 28, March 7 and 28, April 4 and 11

Where: 45th and Medical Parkway

Cost: $600 includes 6 group coaching sessions, review of 5-10 pages of writing, plus one individual coaching session.

 

This group is limited to six writers and requires instructor approval.

Six Friday mornings, 9:00 – noon, plus one individual coaching session. $600



 

Write Your Way In: A Mother’s Day Retreat 

For women artists and writers ready to move into the next phase of their creative lives. 

Saturday, May 10, 9:30 – 4:30 p.m. $200

 

 

(C) 2011 Saundra Goldman