Wild Writing with Laurie Wagner
Photo by Teahouse's Stefanie Renee
What is Wild Writing?
Wild Writing is a timed writing process that enables us to get past our cleverness, our ego and our critic, anything in us that keeps us trapped in trying to look good.
Wild Writing rides the big daddy waves of the creative unconscious and takes us into the fertile territory of the unknown. This is a great class for writers of any level who want to access more freedom and authenticity in their voice.
Two sessions offered:
January 7th for 11 weeks 9:30-11:30 am
runs through March 25
January 10th for 11 weeks 9:30-11:30 am
runs through March 27
Both classes are limited to 8 writers
Fee: $410 for 11 weeks
To register, please contact Laurie Wagner by email
or phone: 510-703-4030
Laurie Wagner is a published writer, artist, and creativity coach who has been making things with her imagination, her hands and her heart for many years. Raising children, writing books and stories, and working with thousands of writers over the years has nurtured her sense of herself as an artist and a teacher, and has helped her to understand what she cares about on the page and off. Besides coaching artists and writers on their projects, Laurie teaches all sorts of creative nonfiction classes online at writers.com
, as well as Wild Writing classes at her home in Alameda, California. Laurie also hosts the amazing 27 Powers Traveling Writers Series, which brings the brightest, grooviest, most unusual writers to Alameda to teach.
You can find out more about Laurie and her work at: www.word-wrangler.com and www.27powers.org.