The Creative writing Workshop
Share your work - Develop your voice
CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP
We are looking for unique and hardworking novelists, short story writers, poets, and creative nonfiction writers who are ready to develop their writing and hone their voice.
Each week you will share your work in a safe and supportive environment.
Feedback is strictly curated in a unique way that will guarantee it is helpful and void of ego or misguided opinions.
You will discover how your words effect your audience.
We will tease out where your writing wants to go and get you clear guidance about what to do next to develop your work and protect and expand your unique voice.
Everything in this workshop is built around you and your work.
MARCH 14th - APRIL 25th - SOLD OUT
Sundays 3:30pm - 5pm ET
(This class meets on Easter Sunday, skips April 11th)
This workshop is open to non-script writers. Great for novels, short stories, poetry, creative nonfiction etc.
If you are a screenwriter, TV, or stage writer you can workshop your summaries or pitch materials in this class.
If you want feedback on your script please take out Alchemy or TV pilot workshops.
“Meditative Writing truly is “assisted self-discovery.” For the same reason writers should take acting classes, Meditative Writing helps you get down into your body, to work a scene or character from the inside out. The practice has applications even beyond writing, into directing, pitching, and just being in the world. This class and subsequent practice has been extremely helpful to me in my work.”
– Christine Boylan, Writer/Producer at Marvel/Netflix
"Jess's classes and meditations have gotten me through some very severe blocks. These are professional-grade tools that short circuit the fear, imposter syndrome, and perfectionism that stands in the way of you doing your best work. I rely on them regularly! "
- Carly Wray, Writer/Producer - MADMEN, MINDHUNTER, WESTWORLD
“With [Jess] I’ve always felt the deep pleasure of collaborating with someone of genuine seriousness and dedication. Actors find her work challenging and emotionally nurturing and her colleagues appreciate her deep commitment to the truth.”
– Christopher Shinn, Pulitzer Prize Nominated Playwright
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