Kick up your spring with a short course of Women Writing for a Change. This six-week offering provides an opportunity to delve into the practices of writing in a safe, supportive space just for women. Each 2 and one-half hour class will encourage women to stretch their writing practice by getting their stories on the page. Participants can explore any writing form they wish from poetry to fiction to journaling to essay or drama.
Women Writing for a Change is for women who are:
- New or experienced writers seeking a community in which to discover or deepen their voices.
- In need of new resources of creative inspiration in their lives and in their work.
- In transition.
- Wishing to explore writing as a spiritual or healing practice, or as a tool for social change.
Classes are planned to provide each writer with a sense of community, support, respectful and helpful feedback on writing in large and small groups and encouragement of an on-going writing practice.
The mission of Women Writing for a Change is to nurture and celebrate the individual voice by facilitating circles and encouraging people to craft more conscious lives through the art of writing and the practices of community.
The original vision of this expanding community of practice came from Mary Pierce Brosmer, Founder, WWf(a)C in Cincinnati, Ohio. For “herstory” and a broader context for our affiliate work, please visit WomenWriting.org.
Spring 2014 Short Semester classes
Tuesday mornings – 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
April 8 – May 13, 2014
Facilitator: Deb Buehler
Tuition: $175/6 week short course including a $50 non-refundable deposit. Classes meet at the Benton House in historic Irvington at 312 S. Downey Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46219. Join us for the new term by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 317.496.1631. Visit us at www.indywomenwriting.com for more information.