How often have you said you’ve “always wanted to write”? What stops you?
Whether you’re a beginner or you’ve written before but are stuck, get started–or jumpstart your stalled writing practice–with
⇒ small group instruction at beginner or intermediate levels
⇒ private one-on-one coaching
⇒ consultation on work in progress
⇒ editing and/or proofreading work prior to submission/publication.
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 capped between four and eight participants (depending on subject area), you’ll get specific, focused attention in a supportive group.
Not enough time? How about 2-3 hours? Each single-session workshop gives you tools and techniques to launch your writing practice.
* For those interested in poetry, the Downtown Writers Center offers poetry classes and a variety of other programs. I highly recommend the DWC; they have exceptional instructors in every area of writing–I know, I teach there–and the longer 8-week class format is designed to grow skills and create community. If you’re in the Central New York area, please give them a look.