Create Is a Verb

Bust through Writer’s Block and get ready for this year to be your best writing year yet!

Upcoming Date(s)

There are two opportunities to take this workshop:

Thursday, January 27, 2022
Tuesday, March 15, 2022

6-8 PM Pacific

Wordcrafters Online Zoom Studio

Members $39 | Nonmembers $49

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Writer’s Block is real, but it’s also well understood. Stuck? Muddled? Confused by which next step to take in your creative pursuits? Award-winning writer Eric Witchey will present tips, tricks, and brain hacks for writers and other creatives.

Based on his background in theoretical linguistics, his experience selling fiction in 12 genres, and the knowledge coming from creativity science and cognitive science, he has put together a group of practical tools writers can use to enhance, develop, and improve productivity and results.

This seminar will include some theory, some demonstration, and a lot of fun hands-on experimentation. You will walk away with insights into your own creativity and how to build useful creative habits or improve the habits you already have.

This stand-alone workshop will offer participants 2 hrs of focused instruction, and give writers who are interested in the Fiction Fluency Seminar Series an opportunity to meet Eric and experience his teaching style. Eric will answer questions about the Fiction Fluency Seminar Series after the workshop from 8-8:30 pm.

About Eric Witchey

Eric Witchey has made a living as a freelance writer and communication consultant for over 20 years. In addition to producing many corporate non-fiction titles, he has sold more than 100 short stories and four novels. His stories have appeared in six genres on five continents, and he has received recognition from New Century Writers, Writers of the Future, Writer’s Digest, The Eric Hoffer Prose Award program, Short Story America, and other organizations. His how-to articles have appeared in The Writer Magazine, Writer’s Digest Magazine, and other print and online magazines. When not teaching or writing, he spends his time fly fishing or restoring antique, model locomotives.

Explore Fiction Fluency

Curriculum: Fundamentals Series | Curriculum: Mastery Series
Schedule | Pricing & Registration | Meet Eric Witchey

Fiction Fluency students receive:

  • MFA-level craft instruction without the time/financial commitment of a degree.
  • Direct Access to a Master Teacher.
  • A community cohort of fellow writers who are committed to their craft.
  • Guided time to write and produce new work.