Join Cary at the Treehouse, the event space of the American Book Center (ABC) in Amsterdam, Saturday and Sunday, May 24 and 25, 2014, from 10:00am–1:00pm, for two mornings of Amherst Writers and Artists-style writing workshops. The cost is $125 for both sessions.
If you write, if you want to write, if you dream of writing, this workshop can help you discover ideas, dreams, emotions, images and stories of profound significance and recall them in tranquility, in their original voices, with all their native brilliance and luminosity. It can shake up your brain and stimulate new thoughts. And it can give you the structure and support you need to make those stories, poems and memories as good and true as they can be. Plus it is fun.
The philosophy of the AWA method is that every person is a writer, and every writer deserves a safe environment in which to experiment and develop craft. In order to preserve a safe environment in which to experiment and learn, everything in the writing workshop is treated as fiction and all writing is kept confidential. In addition, all pieces written in the workshop are responded to with encouragement rather than negative critique to preserve a nonhierarchical and safe environment.
The American Book Center (ABC) is the largest English-language bookstore on the European continent and we’re honored to be able to hold Cary’s workshop here.
1012 XK Amsterdam
tel: +31(0)20 423 0967
(The ABC Treehouse is just a two-minute walk from the Amsterdam American Book Center store.)
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415.308.5685.