Looking for your writer's groove?
Tap into your creative subconscious with this four-session workshop in the Amherst Writers and Artists (AWA) method with Moxie Road Productions, facilitated by Janine Kovac.
Perfect for fiction and memoir writers of all levels.
Workshop dates: January 9, 16, and 23 from 10:30am to 12:30pm in the Focus Lounge at the Hivery in Mill Valley.
This class is open to six participants. Reserve your spot here.
Want to take the class but can’t commit to all three sessions? We get it. Check out our single-class option.
The Amherst Writers & Artists’ philosophy
is simple: every person is a writer, and every writer deserves a safe environment in which to experiment. AWA workshops follow a proven method that affirms writers by building confidence, creating an atmosphere of equal exploration, and protecting confidentiality.
About the facilitator: Janine Kovac
Janine Kovac has been a certified teacher of the AWA method since 2013. Elements of her book SPINNING: Choreography for Coming Home were originally written in the AWA workshops taught by Cary Tennis and by AWA founder Pat Schneider. She credits AWA with helping her establish a solid writing routine and finding homes for the little stories that get lodged in her brain.