Instructor: Lisa Jakub
Cost: $60 Members | $65 Non-members
Saturday, March 4, 2017 | 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
We want to write, but sometimes that inner critic gets loud. Really loud. This seminar will help you shed the constraints you may be placing on your work and allow you to access your natural creativity. We’ll look at ways to deal with persistent inner (and outer) critics and move beyond writer’s block.
We will talk about using your past as a catalyst for your current work. In-class exercises will access the passion within you and help you get your authentic voice on the page. We’ll also discuss writing best practices, from ways to approach your first draft to setting boundaries and deadlines to get your work to your publisher.
Lisa Jakub is a writer, speaker, and writing teacher. She grew up in Hollywood, acting in more than forty movies and television shows, including Mrs. Doubtfire and Independence Day. At the age of twenty-two, Lisa realized she needed to find a path that felt more authentic to her. She left the film industry behind and moved to Virginia to search for a life with more passion, purpose, and happiness. Her memoir You Look Like That Girl was published last year and she currently working on a book about anxiety and depression.