Would you like to add a spark of magic to your writing?
In this day-long workshop, we’ll explore ways to write holistically and intuitively, using the four elements of fire, water, earth, and air to bring power, depth, texture, and balance to our writing practice.
We’ll look for the workings of each element in short readings and discussion, and then bring some of these ideas to life with in-class exercises as well as writing experiments for you to try at home.
This workshop, led by an experienced teacher and editor, should be helpful for beginners in search of inspiration as well as experienced writers looking for fresh perspectives.
Andrew Wille is a book doctor and writing teacher. At Little, Brown and as a freelance editor he has published and edited many bestselling and critically acclaimed works of fiction and nonfiction. After studying and then teaching at Naropa University’s Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics in Boulder, Colorado, he introduced contemplative and holistic approaches to creativity into his work. He writes fiction and nonfiction, and blogs and offers resources on writing and publishing at wille.org.