Greetings New Nature Writers,
Welcome to all of you who have joined us in the last couple weeks. We’ve been busy planning upcoming events – both virtual and in-person, yes, in-person events. As an aware writing community your voice is necessary, now more than ever. In the next few months we’ll be announcing writing opportunities for you. Please join us on Saturday July 10 for our session to help you write, understand and heal as you start or re-boot your Creative Writing Practice in a Pandemic Recovery.
Summer Camp – July 10, 2021
To Write, to Understand, to Heal | Starting or Re-Booting Your Creative Writing Practice in a Pandemic Recovery
DATE: Saturday July 10, 2021
TIME: 10:00 – 12:00 p.m. Pacific/11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Mountain/12:00 – 2:00 p.m. Central/1:00 – 3:00 p.m. Eastern
ZOOM LINK: Emailed upon receipt of event registration
Are you seeking to carve out more time to write and figure out what your life looks like moving forward? Given the pandemic, has your writing practice gone stale? Or are you interested in beginning a writing practice? Maybe you have always wanted to try your hand at creative writing but feel intimidated and overwhelmed as your community emerges from covid-19. If you are eager to flex your writing muscles and do some fun, joyful exercises to awaken your creativity and begin to process the events of the past 18 months, we are here for you!
All are welcome to establish a new practice or to continue building a writing practice in a supportive environment. This session helps beginners as well as more experienced writers. Session will include inspiration, tools to build your writing practice, useful in-class exercises and a calm, peaceful place to learn and scribe. Past participants have remarked how relaxing and practical the session was for reawakening their writing habit or strengthening an existing one. Research shows writing helps process trauma and events in powerful and healing ways. Come spend two hours with New Nature Writers and come away feeling refreshed, renewed, and energized.