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Write From the Heart Seminars & Coaching
       
Website www.HalZinaBennett.com
Year Established 1985
Program Description Seminars include lecture, writing assignments, group and individual work. Personal coaching available for individual creative projects; structured coaching with online courses. Mentoring in both mainstream & alternative publishing.
Number of Programs/Year 8-12
Program Length 2 days-1 year
Group Size or S:T Ratio 15-25
Program Focus Fiction, Children's, Humor, Mystery, Nature, Non-fiction, Autobiography/Memoir, Playwriting, Poetry, Publishing, Young Adult
Faculty Hal Zina Bennett, a graduate of the Creative Writing program at San Francisco State University, is the author of 30+ books, including Write From the Heart & Writing Spiritual Books, plus novels, poetry & non-fiction.
Costs Workshops from $250-$650; 8-session online course $500. Individualized coaching & developmental editing $75/hour; project evaluations $650 (up to 175 pages). Ghostwriting and other writing services by contract.
U.S. Locations Camptonville, Mendocino & Sonoma, California
Colorado
Hawaii
Chicago, Illinois
New Mexico
Oregon
Global Locations Internet
Months Year round
Sponsor's Calendar Link www.halzinabennett.com/writingclasses.htm
Contact Hal Zina Bennett
Seminar Director
Write From the Heart Seminars
9827 Irvine Ave.
Upper Lake, CA 95485
United States
Phone: 707-275-9011, 800-738-6721
Fax: None
E-Mail: Halbooks@halzinabennett.com

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