Writing Into the Wild – A memoir writing workshop -Saturday with Liz Becker (Sold Out)
NOTE: IF THIS WORKSHOP CALLED TO YOU, PLEASE EMAIL ME AT Laurawriter@me.com to be put added to a wait list for the next workshop, I’m looking forward to working with you.
Join this 6-week writing exploration where writers continue to share their personal stories with Earth as a backdrop and inspiration.
Saturday writing workshop begins Saturday, June 20th
Time: 10:30 a.m. PST / 1:30 p.m. EST
Liz will be teaching 5 of the 6 classes in the series, Laura will be teaching one. Both Liz and Laura look forward to your participation in the private Facebook group and the anthology birthed out of this class publishing in November 2020.
About Laura & Liz
Laura Lentz developed the Writing into the Wild course taught by Elizabeth Becker in this Saturday series. Laura is the author of the soon to be released STORYquest, The writer, the Hero, the Journey – a workbook for writers and a way to explore the Hero’s Journey through a writing practice. Laura helps writers access personal stories through deeply themed curriculum and heart opening writing prompts to create content for practice and works in progress. She is an intuitive structural editor and creative coach. She works online with students from all over the world and in intimate groups on Kauai. Her students become part of an intimate writing community that continues to connect and share work together daily. She is on the faculty of the November 2018, 2019 and the upcoming 2020 Kauai Writers Conference, where she will be teaching a master class on The Hero’s Journey.
Interfaith Minister and Chaplain
Elizabeth (Liz) is an Interfaith Minister & Chaplain; her ministry supports grief recovery, land stewardship, mediation and contemplative practices. Liz attended The Chaplaincy Institute in Berkeley, CA. Liz is a poet, writer, bringing all her experience in acute and palliative care Chaplain Resident at Kaiser Walnut Creek to her poetry and her writing.. Liz weaves spirituality into all her work. Her love for story, poetry and literature is evident in her ability to hold space for writers and offer feedback to help them grow and step into their own stories with grace and power. Sometimes the student sometimes becomes the teacher. I’m proud to have Liz teach Writing Into the Wild to nine fortunate students.
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