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Deepam’s workshops are always wonderful. The prompts she chooses are inspiring, and I love the supportive, creative environment she creates. Even though we are all on-line, I still feel like I have been among friends when the workshop is over.

Kari 

Pen. Page. Possibilities.

At WriteYourWayIn, I believe everyone has a unique voice and a unique story to tell. My mission is to encourage, support, and protect that voice.

In a safe and creatively vibrant environment, writers at all levels of experience can explore, experiment, and take creative risks.

Write Your Way delightfullyIn Workshops and Retreats refresh and revitalize your love of writing.

Writing together on screen has been delightfully intimate and rewarding, so even though we’re now able to meet in person, these Zoom workshops will continue alongside the in-person offerings.

These guided workshops will keep you writing, maintain connections with other writers, and support your writing sanity.

For Online workshops you can download the Zoom software here:
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INDIVIDUAL WORKSHOPS

Each workshop offers unique prompts to launch the pen, invitations to read your freshly generated work, and receive supportive feedback–all designed to keep words flowing.

CLICK HERE for these online 2-hour workshop dates and times.

WORKSHOP SERIES

Throughout these online series, participants can work on a project or generate a series of shorter works. Whether you have a spark of an idea, are in the midst of a longer piece, or are simply looking for inspiration to get rolling, this is the place for you. We’ll explore aspects of craft through example and experimentation, and especially through developing our listening skills.

The group provides every writer’s much-needed support and encouragement to cultivate trust and confidence.

At the completion of a series, writers can submit up to 10 pages for a thorough manuscript review.\

CLICK HERE for all dates and times

8-Week Memory & Imagination Online Series

7/5/2022 from 8:00 PM -10:00 PM EDT

This workshop series is for those who crave a supportive writing community.
You will receive various types of prompts – from poems to images to simple words – to spark writing that will surprise and delight you.
The AWA method ensures a safe space and an assurance that there’s no way to do it wrong.
These workshops welcome writers at all levels of confidence and experience.

IN-PERSON RETREATS

April 2023 Retreat in Andalusia, Spain details HERE

 

I have quickly become addicted to Deepam’s online workshops, which have lost none of the intimacy and immediacy of her in person workshops.  

Deepam’s prompts dig deep and illicit writing that is unexpected and beyond the range of what I normally write. I’ve even written my first poem in a recent class. Her feedback digs even deeper and she provides so much insight, it’s as if she’d written each piece herself. She gets inside the writing and so our discussions are meaningful, helpful, and rich. 

If you love to write this is a wonderful way to spend some time. If you’re new to writing, this is a safe and accepting learning environment, where you’ll feel you’re with your tribe. 

Terry V

English Teacher

Deepam’s wonderful workshops, delivered using the AWA method, have transformed my writing practice and profoundly informed my teaching strategies. By directing attention to what is strong in a piece of writing, the AWA method cultivates both skill and confidence. Rather than aggravate students’ anxieties through premature criticism, the AWA method allows them to encourage each other’s strengths. This generous approach builds trust and strengthens bonds in the writing cohort. The AWA method is a good way to write and a great way to get feedback, but its strongest gift may be the way it encourages us as fellow writers to receive each other’s voices with generous attention, deepening our own listening.

Julian Gunn

Instructor, Department of English and Creative Writing, Camosun College, British Columbia, Canada

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