Deep Writing Self-Paced Two-Day Workshop
Deep Writing Self-Paced Two-Day Workshop
Spend a weekend in the embrace of your writing while learning important lessons that will sustain you as a writer.
The Deep Writing Self-Paced Weekend Workshop pdf provides you with all the emails and all the instructions you would get at a facilitated weekend workshop, and at a fraction of the cost. Just set aside two days, five hours each day, follow the instructions, and have your most productive writing weekend in years!
These lessons will help you create a strong writing practice and provide you with the tools you need to meet the challenges of the writing life. And you will get a lot of writing done!
Based on Dr. Maisel’s 5-Day Deep Writing workshops, which have been held worldwide (in Paris, London, Rome, Prague, New York, San Francisco, and elsewhere) and at all the major conference, retreat, and workshop centers (Esalen, Omega, Kripalu, Hollyhock, etc.), the Deep Writing Self-Paced Weekend Workshop gives you the chance to experience a Deep Writing workshop without the expense, time commitment, and travel costs of attending a live Deep Writing workshop.
And it works!
Praise for the Two-Day Experience
“Wow! I finished a rough draft of the book I’ve been working on—well done to both of us! I was amazed at what I got done. This could get to be a habit.”—Elena Greco
“I came into this weekend with a general idea of what I wanted to write about. Halfway through the second day, I had a rough draft of many sections of a book. How astonishing and wonderful!”—Clare Thorbes
“What a great way to spend a weekend. I wrote about 5000 words and really, really liked the email format. There was no pressure, just guidance and the suggestions that I needed to spark an idea to life. The best part was that I did not have to leave home! It was fantastic.”—MaryAnn Burrows
Spend two focused days reconnecting with your writing and getting lots of writing done!
If you’ve always wanted to attend the live version, if you’re a fan of Dr. Maisel’s work, if you’re curious about how this sort of workshop might work or—most importantly—if you want to make great progress on your writing and learn what you need to know in order to flourish as a writer, this workshop is for you!
“A toast to you, Eric. Thank you for a superb weekend!”—Jean Goldberg
“I looked forward to this weekend with eagerness and a bit of skepticism. Could such a format really keep me engaged? But it did! Your emails, keeping us on track time-wise, writing-wise, and process-wise, and the thoughtful questions and information you provided, made this a truly meaningful experience. Thanks for giving those of us who can’t attend your live deep writing workshop the chance to have this powerful and deep experience.”—Becky DeGeorge
“What a day this first day was. I have been so neglecting my novel and getting back to it was so difficult at first. I felt rusty and sluggish; but after ten minutes I perked right up. Now it’s my clear intention to complete the final draft of my novel. Thank you again. And my wonderful husband is taking me out for curry tonight to celebrate my first day back at the novel.”—Margaret McCoy
“Part of my closing ceremony is to thank you. I’m a poet who stopped writing about 15 years ago and it has been very hard to start again. I made it to the end of the fifth writing set today!! And I will be back tomorrow!”—Clelie Rich
“I loved everything about this workshop: the pearls of wisdom, the scaffolding of writing prompts, the ways in which you had us engage in acts of self-care. I don’t usually compose the kinds of endorsements that end up as testimonials, but I still wanted to write to say — I loved it!”—Andrea Mozarowski
“SIMPLY AMAZING!!!!”—Janice Meris-Oliver
+ Two days set aside
What You Don’t Need
+ You don’t need to know for sure what you’re working on. Come with a current project; or, if you don’t have a current project, the workshop will help you discover it!
+ You don’t need to be at any particular stage of the writing process. This workshop is for writers at every stage and every level. Whether you’ve written half-a-dozen books or haven’t started your first short story yet, this workshop is for you.
+ You don’t have to do any particular sort of writing. The workshop is for folks working on novels, nonfiction books, memoirs, screenplays, stage plays, essays, academic articles, blog posts, poetry, etc.