Welcome to Rose Writers!
Rose Writers workshops are the perfect place to begin, or continue your creative writing journey. Why? Because we follow AWA guidlines and practices that create a safe and encouraging environment. Writers are encouraged to take risks, explore their creativity, and share their work.
If you have never been in a creative writing workshop, or you're a refugee from a less than supportive experience, come check out Rose Writers. What we do and how we do it will suprise and delight you. I promise!
Why Rose Writers?
The main service of Rose Writers are the weekly workshops or writing sessions. Some AWA workshops call this a "weekly writing practice," which I like. Writing, like all things creative, takes practice and dedication. By making the commitment to write once a week, you are saying "Yes!" to your creative spirit. You are carving out time to allow your stories, your voice to be be listened to and heard. You are putting yourself and your dreams first.
Rose Writers Read! is October 30th! Click here for details.
The 2016 schedule is posted and registration is open. Workshops fill up fast so please register early.
Thank you and call or email your questions. I look forward to hearing from you.
Join Us for a Writing Marathon!!
AWA will Write Around the World
Through October 22 & 23 2016
Two LB AWA workshops will be participating!
See schedule below.
The money raised will provide Scholarships
for those who want to be AWA Trained Workshop Leaders
Bring your pen, your paper, your laptop.
Bring donations to sponsor your writing marathon!
Your voice will join thousands of writers in
Boston, Toronto, Seattle, Dublin, Malaysia, Chicago, Portland, Vancouver, Houston, Philadelphia, London, Mexico and beyond.
The reach and power of the AWA Method:
Vicki Pinkerton writes with the Vuntut Gwit'chen in the Arctic Circle.
Jill Goodacre writes with First Nation intergenerational survivors of Indian Residential School trauma in British Columbia.
Mary Tuchscherer writes with teachers and AIDS orphans in Limbe, Malawi.
Aaron Zimmerman writes with the incarcerated at Rikers Island, in methadone clinics, and homeless shelters in Brooklyn, New York/
Mary Kim Kaylor writes with patients and guards in a high security hospital Lake Oswego, Oregon.
Kate Murphy writes with the blind at the Royal National Institute of Blind People in Northern Ireland.
Katie McCleary writes with hundreds of teens in Sacramento, California.
Sunday, October 23; 9:00 - 11:30am & 1:00 - 3:30pm
RSVP button below
Stone River Writers (meets in LB near Ocean & Redondo)
Saturday, October 22; 9:30 - 12:00pm
Call Debbie Rodriquez to RSVP/ 562-673-7042 or email@example.com