Writing Workshop | Don’t Just Sit There!

A workshop to unleash your creativity

Lisa Pasold

Want to write? Searching for inspiration? Keep meaning to start that project? Don’t Just Sit There! The creative spark is everywhere… waiting for you! Inspiration derives from words that mean “to breathe” and “to set aflame”. In this workshop you will discover how inspiration really is just like breathing. Discover how to set your creativity aflame.

Don’t Just Sit There! is a fun and fast-paced immersion in writing and creative discussion. Truthfully, you already know in your heart of hearts what inspires you; this workshop will allow you to access that personal inspiration and show you how to continue to believe in yourself and keep writing. Don’t Just Sit There! is for those who have a great idea simmering or simply want to spark fresh creativity.

Lisa Pasold is a writer, editor, and teacher. She has a decade of experience in teaching creative writing to writers of all levels—adults, children and teens. She has taught in Paris at the American University in Paris and at the Women’s Institute of Continuing Education (WICE). She has led writing workshops across Canada, from Dawson City in the sub-Arctic to the challenging Jane & Finch neighborhood of Toronto.

Lisa Pasold’s first book of poetry was called “a masterpiece” by Geist Magazine, and her second book of poetry was nominated for the Alberta Book Prize. Her novel RATS OF LAS VEGAS is “as enticing as the lit-up Las Vegas strip and as satisfying as a winning hand at poker” according to The Winnipeg Free Press. As a journalist, Lisa’s work has appeared in papers such as The Chicago Tribune, The Globe and Mail, and Billboard Magazine. She has also written for Michelin, Time Out, and Fodor’s city guides. Visit Lisa’s website.

Space is Limited • Register Early

When: Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 11 AM to 3 PM

Registration for this workshop is closed.


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