*11/15 Gifts of the Night Writing Retreat and Workshop with Judy Reeves
Like our heartbeat and our breath, our intuition continues its work even while we sleep, speaking to us in the language of the night: dreams. Dreams can answer questions and solve problems. They can influence our writing and, in turn, our creative work can alter our dreams. In this retreat we’ll use our notebooks and pens to communicate with the messengers of the night.
The sister class to this workshop is the Family Stories Writing Retreat and Workshop to be held on December 13, 2015. These Creative Writing Retreats & Workshops are a time for exploration and personal expression in community with other like-spirited writers. Join us for a half-day (10 am – 3 pm) when we retreat from the outside world to devote ourselves to our writing. We’ll respond to themed prompts, props, and the inspiring words of others to generate new material in a safe and nurturing atmosphere. No experience is necessary; all levels of writers and all genres of expression are invited to bring their work-in-progress, their notebooks or journals, or simply their imaginations for a day of creative work. Buy both classes together for a total of $120 by clicking on this button.
Judy Reeves is a writer, teacher and writing practice provocateur whose books include A Writer’s Book of Days; Writing Alone, Writing Together; A Creative Writer’s Kit and The Writer’s Retreat Kit. Her work has also appeared in the San Diego Reader, The Frozen Moment, A Year in Ink, Vols I and 5 and other anthologies. Two plays, written with a women’s writing ensemble, were produced in the Fritz Blitz. In addition to leading private writing workshops and retreats, Judy teaches at UCSD Extension and speaks at writing conferences internationally. A tenth anniversary Revised Edition of A Writer’s Book of Days won Best Nonfiction in the San Diego Book Awards. Her newest book, Wild Women, Wild Voices, was released in April. Her website is judyreeveswriter.com She blogs at livelymuse.com.
PLEASE NOTE: It is best to register at least a week before the start of a class to help our instructors prepare and ensure that a class does not get cancelled or rescheduled.