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Wild Writing is a timed writing process that we use to tell our
stories with and to uncover the themes we want to write about.

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For 15 minutes…

we write as fast as we can, pen never leaving the page. By writing so quickly we are able to push past
our inner critic and our ego and all the ways we stay trapped in looking good. This gives us a chance
to move into a less self conscious, loose groove where, if we’re lucky we may stumble into the fertile
imagination that lingers within us, conjuring up stories and memories that are waiting to be written.

After we write we read our work aloud. We don’t critique, but instead feed back to the writer some of the words or phrases we heard and that resonated with us. We do this three times within the session. This technique, while very therapeutic, is also a wonderful way to jumpstart any good writing project because it helps you get to the chewy nougat of what you are trying to say.

You don’t have to be a writer to take the class…

But merely someone who wants to let loose, take risks, push past well-worn territory and
move into something new.

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Wild Writing Workshops (in-person classes)

Spring 2018 Wild Writing Classes registration open!

Tuesdays in Alameda @ 27 Powers [6 weeks] – Cost $288
May 15 – June 26, 10AM-12PM

Class has 3 seats open, please email Laurie at [email protected] to register.

 

Wednesdays in Alameda @ 27 Powers [6 weeks] – Cost $288
May 16 – June 27, 10AM-12PM

Class has 4 seats open, please email Laurie at [email protected] to register.

 

Thursdays in Berkeley [6 weeks] – Cost $288
May 17 – June 28, 9:30AM-11:30AM

Class has 2 seats open, please email Laurie at [email protected] to register.

 

Fridays in Alameda @ 27 Powers [5 weeks only] – Cost $240
May 18 – June 29, 10AM-12PM

Class has 1 seat open, please email Laurie at [email protected] to register.

 

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“Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the
glint of light on broken glass.” – Anton Chekhov