It’s not too late to write 5000 words by Christmas!
Not only is this totally doable,
it can be more fun than you think.
Writing doesn't have to be a lonely journey and
like most things, it's even better when shared.
Springfield wild scribes will:
enrich your writing process
with a small group of writers
in structured and inspirational weekly sessions.
WILD SCRIBES PURPOSE:
Foster connection with other writers
Enrich your writing process through critiquing other's work
Build motivation and momentum
Open to fiction and non-fiction writer
By the end of six weeks, you will have:
Connected with 6-10 other writers, a potential source of inspiration and support for years to come
Written 5,000 words
Learnt how to critique other writers’ work
Received structural feedback from an editor and two other writers weekly
Learnt tailored writing techniques focusing on dialogue, tension, layering details, etc
Learnt how to use Wet Ink, an online writing platform
HOW IT WORKS
Springfield wild scribes runs 6 week sessions throughout the year:
26 October - 30 November
Tuesday evenings 7.00-8.30pm
Setting aside time:
You will need to allow time each week to attend the zoom meeting,
write 1,000 words and review two writers’ work
“I have been a part of the wonderful Wild Writers group for 2 years now, meeting weekly via zoom to share, enjoy and review each other’s work. We are so blessed to have Karen Comer facilitate the group. Her guidance, editing skills and kindness is extraordinary, together with Kinchem Hegedus, the Director of the stunning retreat Springfield, where many of us first met. Each session is an absolute highlight in my week and has been instrumental in helping me establish a daily writing routine. I learn from everyone in the group, who offer wise and encouraging feedback to each other. I am learning to write with courage and vulnerability, thanks to the beautiful women who have become very dear friends.”
Springfielder, host of wild scribes, author, editor, blogger and beautiful human
Karen Comer writes middle-grade and young adult verse novels. She is represented by
literary agent Danielle Binks at Jacinta di Mase Management and has two manuscripts
currently out on submission.
As a freelance editor, her projects include the children’s art magazine BIG and self-published titles (both fiction and non-fiction).
She facilitates weekly online writing groups for Life at Springfield. She also
presents writing workshops to schools and school holiday programs.
Karen blogs about literary matters at www.karencomer.com.au
She has a Melbourne University Honours degree (English) and a RMIT post-graduate degree (Editing and Publishing).