Seven Bridge Writers’ Collaborative offers “intensives” for writers who want more hands-on practice for previously offered craft workshops. This year SBWC is offering two intensives on Writing Transitions and Subtext.
SBWC provides weekly time that I rely on to practice my craft with others. There is value in learning when my spontaneous work contains valuable bits. I easily feel hyper-critical, writing alone each day, and it helps when respected colleagues comment, “that works”, or point out “the voice in your narrative is clear”. I consider time spent in SBWC sessions important to the maintenance of my writing repertoire, and I count on SBWC writers for their insights and encouragement.
Robert Donahue, recently published “Whether” in Dual Coast Magazine