Come in! Join me in the creative atmosphere of Santa Fe, New Mexico, for a fall weekend writing workshop meant to infuse your writing with new passion. Whether you’re a blogger, an essayist or a corporate writer, this workshop will help you look at your subject in a new way and rekindle your creativity.
The beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountains are the backdrop to this fun, supportive and interactive writing weekend that will include idea-generating walks in the crisp autumn air in an environment that’s been a creative catalyst for countless artists and writers. Our workshop space is a block from Canyon Road and we’ll breathe in the inspiration of other creative souls, including the late Georgia O’Keefe, whose spirit infuses our workshop space.
Who should come: Bloggers, writers of all kinds. Workshop limited to 5 writers. (This is not a workshop for first-time writers.)
When: 6 p.m. on Friday, October 23 through 5 p.m. on Sunday, October 25
Where: Santa Fe, NM
Plan to take your writing to the next level!
- find writing inspiration where you least expect it
- engage untapped creativity
- learn how to get past writer’s block (and stumbling blocks)
- workshop something you’ve written at home
- write to prompts and discuss
- talk with other writers about challenges and successes…..
…and so much more.
About the workshop
Workshop fee of $275 includes:
Sessions and materials
Friday night dinner and wine
Coffee, tea, water and snacks throughout. After all, we must feed our creativity!
What’s not included:
No-host lunch on Saturday and Sunday will be in town with our group.
You will have a short, overnight writing assignment for Saturday night.
Dinner Saturday and Sunday are on your own.
We’ll close each day by 5pm.
And as a special free bonus, attendees will get to meet my adorable maltipoo, Riley!
Where to stay
Accommodations are NOT included but nearby accommodations are currently available at all price ranges. There is no parking near the workshop space so we encourage you to find a hotel within walking distance of Canyon Rd. Here is a link to help you find hotels near Canyon Rd or simply Google “hotels near Canyon Road in Santa Fe.” October is one of the best months to visit Santa Fe, so book early!
How to get there
You should have no problem arriving in Santa Fe in time for our Friday, 6pm opening. Most people fly into ABQ (Albuquerque). Santa Fe is about an hour away, in the Mountain Time Zone.
Airport shuttle services include: Santa Fe Shuttles at 503 243 2300 and Sandia Shuttle Express at 888 775 5696. We have no experience with either, so check them and others out yourself before booking.
I’m a first person essayist who has been publishing (and getting paid for it) since I was 16 years old. In college I was a journalism major and my 30-year career was in corporate communications. Writing is my passion and I’ve taught it at the college level and to corporate writers. I’ve even done a creativity workshop for writers who produce the web content for shopping channel HSN. Not only do I love to write but I love to coach other writers. You can expect our workshop atmosphere to be supportive and encouraging.
Want to join us?
The workshop is limited to five writers so register soon! To register or for more info, send an email to me at ccassara (at) aol with your name, blog URL or links to other published writing and what you’d like to get out of the weekend to me. I’ll send you back additional details on the schedule, topics covered and more.
If you’ve got questions, use the same email. If you think others you know might be interested, please share. Thanks! I hope to see you in Santa Fe! Oh, and would love for you to click the tweet button!