The Spring 2023 Tuesday Night Writing Workshop
The Tuesday Night Writing Workshop is for writers of all levels, genres, and forms
- Write during workshop
- Find and strengthen your unique voice
- Develop a current project further or create new ones
- Constructive feedback helps you expand on your strengths
- Experience the camaraderie of surrounding yourself with fellow writers
- Fiction · Nonfiction · Poetry · Screenwriting · Playwriting · Blogs · Performance Sketches
The Tuesday Night Writing Workshop
Each evening runs from 7:00 – 10:00 PM
A detailed description of how the evening works:
In this creative writing workshop, we write together during the first half of the three hours. The facilitator uses prompts and exercises designed to spark your imagination. Then, most participants choose to read what they just wrote aloud. The group listens and offers feedback about what stood out and what they found memorable about the writing. At this point, listeners provide only positive feedback because no one has had a chance to edit.
After a short break, the facilitator makes announcements, and we discuss writing concerns we all share. In the last hour or so, we discuss manuscripts polished by workshop members on their own time. These conversations occur according to a schedule agreed upon by the group.
The setting is supportive and encourages experimentation with all aspects of writing. The workshop lets you explore and strengthen your voice, find stories or topics you want to write about and develop these pieces with constructive feedback from other writers.
Following the prompts is optional. You are always free to write about whatever you’d like, including something you’re currently writing.
Submitting a manuscript is also optional. Sometimes people come to the workshop with nothing they want to submit. Then a piece they write during the workshop becomes the work they choose to expand on and hand in.
Spring 2023 Location — The Resiliency Center, Flourtown — SOLD OUT
SUMMER DATES COMING SOON
PLEASE ADD YOUR NAME TO THE WAITING LIST BELOW
Directions provided upon registration.
In the case of inclement weather, the workshop will be held via Zoom.
7 weeks—7-10 PM in person—$395—Limited to 13 people including the instructor
- March 28
- April 4, 11, 25
- May 2, 9, 16
Payment is available via Credit Card, Zelle, Venmo, and personal check.
$15 Discount for paying via Zelle, Venmo, or personal check. All payments must be received before the workshop begins.
Add your name to the waiting list below, and you’ll be informed as places become available.
How to Enroll
Use the form below to put your name on the waiting list for upcoming workshops. As seats become available, I’ll be in touch. You’ll receive a confirmation e-mail with more information about how it works, so please whitelist/check your spam and trash for this email address: [email protected]. Then, once you receive the okay to enroll, use the Pre-approved Registration button below.
Important note about the sessions: Enrollment doesn’t begin until participants in the current session have had a chance to sign up.
Put your name on the waiting list. If you are already on the waiting list, you will be informed if there are spaces available.
The Tuesday Night Writers Waiting List
If you’ve been informed you can register now, please use the button below. AS OF 3/23, SPRING 2023 IS SOLD OUT.Pre-approved Registration
Writing a novel, screenplay, TV Pilot, play, a collection of short stories, or a memoir?
If receiving in-depth feedback from other writers working on full-length manuscripts would help you finish your project, the Manuscript Workshop may be the right place for you. We meet at The Resiliency Center in Flourtown on Thursdays from 7-10 p.m. Writing sample and invitation required. Learn more.
Where Can I Learn More About Philadelphia Writers Workshop?
See our Frequently Asked Questions and read writers’ Reviews.
This page was updated on 12/28/2022 by Rachel Kobin.
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