Always Wanted to Write is a writing studio located at the Delavan Center, an arts and cultural hub two blocks west of historic Armory Square in Syracuse, NY. AWTW offers single-session workshops capped at four students, coaching for writers, private one-on-one instruction, editing and proofreading, and a variety of professional writing services.
A successful freelance writer for nearly two decades, AWTW founder Linda Lowen has written over 2500 pieces of online content for the New York Times Company, MSN.com and MSN Living.
She’s currently a
- theater reviewer for syracuse.com/The Post-Standard
- columnist/writer for Family Times: The Parenting Guide of Central New York
- writing instructor at the Downtown Writer’s Center
- producer/co-host of “Take Care,” a weekly radio show produced by WRVO Public Media
Linda has won regional and national awards for her print, online and broadcast work. Her non-fiction stories appear in a handful of anthologies, and she is the editor of Hopeful Grateful Strong, a collection of essays by first-time writers on surviving cancer.
Beyond Syracuse, she teaches workshops on writing, memoir and blogging at writing conferences throughout the Northeast.
While AWTW focuses on writing classes and instruction, her website LindaLowen.com covers the various writing, social media, and media coaching services she offers.