We are passionate about building commitment to the craft of writing through community. Writership is a year-long, online program that provides the tools, knowledge, encouragement, and accountability for you to finally tell the stories you've been dreaming of, whatever they may be. Ready to do a little dream chasing with us?
Writership 2014 set sail on March 1st. Registration is now closed. Sign up below and we'll let you know when the next journey launches. Bonus: you'll be a part of our community of writers looking to build their craft. We'll help.
With a combined half-century of experience writing, editing, and teaching, we support and guide writers from all walks of life, helping them more easily access their creative genius, release their fear, hone their craft, and most importantly, tell their stories.
I guess there are never enough books. -John Steinbeck
"My experience at the Writership workshop last Saturday evening was
amazing. I never realized how important and almost cathartic it could
be to talk about what I love with like-minded people, not only about
our own personal styles of writing but the specific tools that we use
on a daily basis to write. We talked a lot and got to know each other
and did a few writing prompt exercises that really helped me write and
gave me new ideas. I highly recommend getting involved with Writership
because they are encouraging, honest, and open minded! Ahoy!"
"I'd love to recommend Writership for reluctant yet curious writers like myself who want to explore their literary talents and their potential as writers. I felt welcomed, safe, and comfortable enough to express myself without fear of judgment. The published authors are excellent and were extremely encouraging to this neophyte writer 'wannabe.' I plan to attend more sessions."
However great a man’s natural talent may be, the art of writing cannot be learned all at once.
A workshop is a way of renting an audience, and making sure you’re communicating what you think you’re communicating. It’s so easy as a young writer to think you’ve been very clear when in fact you haven’t.
-Octavia E. Butler