Workshops

Workshops & Weekend Retreats

for Writers in All Genres/at All Levels

COMING SOON:

Early Fall 2017 – Late Spring 2018 Offerings

…to include a monthly poetry workshop, a monthly all-genres project support workshop, and Friday weekly workshops for all genres!

 


All currently enrolling workshops are listed below. All classes are facilitated in the Amherst Writers and Artists (AWA) method, in which all shared writing is treated with respect and honor. The focus is on the writing itself, and the writer will learn what is strong, what is memorable, and what people admire in his/her first-draft work, as well as receive supportive feedback and strategies for continued work on submitted manuscripts. Snacks and tea and unstructured writerly hangout-time included!


Weekly Friday Workshops

Coming Soon: More Friday Weekly Workshops!

Tentative Dates for 2017:

Summer Workshop: Gone fishin’! (No session this summer)

Early Fall Workshop: August 4 – September 22

Join us at the workshop table! Individual weekly workshops enroll for $279 for past participants and $319 for new students; registration form and payment is required to hold your place.

Class Size is Limited: These private workshops are limited to 9 participants (with the exception of generative workshops, which are limited to 11), plus the facilitator. Writers in all genres and at all levels are invited to participate. 

How Do I Reserve a Space? Email kate (@) kateasche (dot) com and request the brief registration form. To complete registration (and reserve your place), return your completed registration form by mail along with payment. Registrations are accepted in the order received and payment is due at time of registration. (Referred by a friend? Ask about my referral program—you may both be eligible for discounts!)  **Note: PayPal and credit cards accepted; there is a small processing fee. For details, email kate (@) kateasche (d0t) com.**

Time and Location: We will write together in Kate’s upstairs writing loft at 18th & J in Midtown Sacramento on FRIDAY AFTERNOONS; class begins at 4:05 p.m. and runs until 6:50 p.m. Arrive at 4:00 p.m. to park and pay the meter. Parking policies have changed recently, so please familiarize yourself with street meter (they take credit card) and garage options and policies at http://www.cityofsacramento.org/Public-Works/Parking-Services. (This probably goes without saying, but just in case: Kate is not responsible for your parking choice or any tickets, but she can refer you to more information, so contact her if you need it!)