Winter Is Coming… and we’re open for registration!
WINTER SESSION: January 19 – March 27, 2021
~ All classes running VIRTUALLY. All times in Eastern Time (ET) ~
We’ve got programs for adults at every stage of the writing process, from Where Do I Begin? to genre-specific classes in Short Story Writing, Novel Writing, Poetry, Memoir, Creative Nonfiction, Screenwriting, Mystery Writing & more. Plus our multi-genre Adult Writers Circles where you can workshop new or ongoing projects and get feedback, guidance and support every step of the way.
Our kids’ and teen workshops are on weekdays and Saturdays. (Teens can join Screenwriting and Mystery writing, too!)
Plus, we’ve got gift certificates!
Creative writing workshops make a holiday gift that will last a lifetime!
Join our first ever Adult Creative Writing Intensive
November 7 & 8, 8:30am-4pm
~ running virtually ~
Join our first-ever Adult Creative Writing Intensive. Like our Summer Teen Intensives, but in a compact, adult-friendly format, participants will dive deep into their writing with three workshops each day. Enjoy morning writing warm-ups and midday yoga/meditation, plus afternoon “free-write” and optional private consultations. The program will conclude with a casual, friendly reading.
If there’s any silver lining to this very strange year, it’s that “virtual reality” has broken all geographic boundaries. In the last several months, students have joined us from all around the USA and far–FAR–beyond. Check out our mini-world tour voiced by TWC guest instructor and voice actor Chip Davis. We’ll honored and thrilled that so many wonderful writers have found us!
CELEBRATING OUR 10th YEAR!
As our 10th anniversary celebration kicked off, Founder/Director Judith Lindbergh shared her thoughts on how The Writers Circle began and some of the highlights of the last ten years in her blog post:
We also celebrated our 10th anniversary with a special party that included a retrospective of the past 10 years, along with our students, instructors, and friends – and, of course, cake! Take a glimpse at our photo essay on that wonderful event: