Those four words

How often have you said you’ve “always wanted to write”? What stops you?

Nothing . . . now that you’re here. Take an online workshop. You won’t be getting a pre-recorded video but an actual live instructor who’s there to give you expert guidance, answer your questions, and help you become a better writer.

Writers aren’t born–they’re made. You can write, and AWTW can help with creative non-fiction, memoir, essay, blogging, fiction, short stories, novels, flash fiction, and writing for the online environment. Poetry workshops are offered on an occasional basis by visiting instructors.

Feel insecure? With classes deliberately designed to be small, you’ll get specific, focused attention in a supportive online group through the Zoom platform.

Once the pandemic is behind us, if you live in the Central New York area, it’s worth a trip to Syracuse to sit and write in this comfortable, serene, and uplifting setting: the Always Wanted To Write Studio on the third floor of the Delavan Center Artists’ Warehouse.


Not enough time to write? How about 60 minutes to 3 hours? Each single-session workshop gives you tools and techniques to launch your writing practice.

Stop wanting. Start doing. Explore the menu bar for current opportunities.