Expressing Your Truth: Connecting with Your Authentic Voice
Saturday, March 23, 2024
1:30pm-3:30pm Pacific Time
Corte Madera Store • $80
Your voice is the essence of your writing, the key to making words come alive, and the signature that sets you apart. Authentic voices connect us.
This class is a haven for anyone seeking to unearth and refine their genuine writer's voice, take creative risks, and witness their writer’s soul flourish. This is not just a workshop; it’s discovery and growth.
Inspired by literary examples, you will explore a variety of styles - from narrative to poetry, enter uncharted territories of your mind and heart, and bask in the supportive embrace of fellow writers. You will learn techniques to infuse your writing with depth and emotion. Discover the freedom to express your ideas and emotions in your unique way. Watch your writing evolve and make meaningful strides.
This class is suitable for writers of all levels and genres. It will equip you with the skills and confidence to express yourself authentically on the page.
Britta is the author of two children’s books, Look at Me. Who Do You See? and Raina’s (UN) Happy Birthday. Her flash fiction appears in Bending Genres Journal. She was a finalist for the Bellingham Review Tobias Wolff Award for Fiction 2021. She is a teaching artist at Marin School of the Arts, CA, a member of the National Writing Project Council, Page Street, & PEN, and SCBWI. A former editor for Tuxedo Literature & Arts & FastForward Magazine, she holds an MFA from Dominican University, CA, a Masters in International Communication from American University, and a Certificate in Novel Writing from Stanford University. www.brittastromeyer.com
What students are saying about Britta:
Britta was thoughtful and full of wisdom. This class was inspiring and thought provoking. I left inspired and full of possibility!
- Rebecca R.
As the first writing class I ever took, Britta’s workshop was an excellent way to kickstart my writing efforts. The rapidly paced and diverse prompt-writing exercises were challenging, thought-provoking and fun at the same time.
- Laurie W