Instructor: Joan Mazza
$60 Members | $65 Nonmembers
Sunday, 10/1/17 | 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Whatever style of writing you do or hope to do, you can develop habits for writing every day and find the time to do so. In this seminar, we will discuss strategies to stay in your writing mind and make creative leaps. We’ll talk about how to catch ideas and track them, and how as little as fifteen minutes a day can keep you writing. We’ll do some writing in class to prompts and explore creating prompts of your own for times when you feel dry. Sharing what you write in class is optional.
Joan Mazza has worked as a medical microbiologist, psychotherapist, and seminar leader, and has also been a Pushcart nominee. The author of six books, including Dreaming Your Real Self (Penguin/Putnam), she has had poems published in Rattle, Off the Coast, Kestrel, Slipstream, The American Journal of Nursing, The MacGuffin, Mezzo Cammin, Buddhist Poetry Review, and The Nation. She’s been writing a poem or more every day since December 2011. You can find her online at www.joanmazza.com.