Writers Conferences & Writing Workshops
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Word Journeys Writes of Life: Workshops & Classes
       
Website www.wordjourneys.com
Year Established 2002
Program Description Workshops on fiction, creative non-fiction, writing for healing, telling your life's stories, travel writing, book marketing and editing.
Number of Programs/Year 15
Program Length 1-3 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 15-100
Program Focus Fiction, Humor, Journalism, Marketing, Nature, Non-fiction, Autobiography/Memoir, Poetry, Publishing, Religion, Romance, Travel
Faculty Iana Lahi (Spirit Gateways). Bob Yehling, author of 4 books (Full Flight, The Voice, Make Me An Eagle, Blockbusting!) and magazine/book editor for 10 yrs, has conducted workshops on creative non-fiction, writing for healing, telling your deepest stories, dialogue, spiritual writing, fiction
Costs $75-125/day includes meals (if at retreat center)
U.S. Locations Sedona & Tucson, Arizona
Sacramento, San Diego & San Francisco, California
Tampa, Florida
Chicago, Illinois
Indianapolis, Indiana
Boston, Massachusetts
New York, New York
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Seattle & Spokane, Washington
Global Locations Munich, Germany
Months February, March, April, May, June, September, October, November
Contact Bob Yehling
Coordinator
Writing Your Inner World, World Journeys, Inc.
18835 Tracer Dr.
Lutz, FL 33549
United States
Phone: 917-826-7880
E-Mail: bob@wordjourneys.com

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