Deep Well Writing Workshop

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“A writer is someone who writes.” -William Stafford. Join us for a six-week writing workshop, where beginning and experienced writers work together and share ideas in a supportive environment.

Deep Well Writing Workshop

Date/Time
January 24, 2017 – February 28, 2017
(inclement weather makeup on March 7)
Tuesdays, 6:00-9:00 p.m.

Location
All classes held in the Conference Room at Pakachoag Church
203 Pakachoag Street, Auburn, MA 01501

Registration
The first session is free. $175 for five subsequent three-hour sessions.
Please register by Thursday, January 19.
Register online here or contact the church office at 508-755-8718.

 


Workshop Description
We will gather at Pakachoag Church in a supportive writing community, write together to prompted exercises, read our fresh work when we choose to, and respond with what we liked about each others’ work. A typical session includes a brief coffee break then discussion of personal writing projects. Members may hand out copies of their work for review at home and group discussion at the following meeting. So bring your notebooks and pens or laptops, forget what you think you know or do not know about writing, and discover the joy of finding your unique voice in a fun, nurturing workshop.


About the Facilitator
Rhett Watts is an award-winning poet who was born in Beirut, Lebanon to American parents working overseas. A transplanted New Englander of many years, she now lives with her husband in Auburn near their adult children. Rhett enjoys writing about nature and the sacred in the everyday. She has been published in many journals including: The Worcester Review and Yankee Magazine, and in the books: The Best Spiritual Writing 2000, and Knitting into the Mystery. Her book of poems is Willing Suspension (Antrim House).

A late-bloomer, Rhett earned an MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts after years of taking Continuing Ed courses. She enjoys working with adult learners like herself, and is a certified facilitator of Amherst Writers & Artists (AWA) workshops for writers of all levels of experience in all genres.