Cecilia Woloch runs private workshops for writers and poets wherever she travels in the U.S. and in Europe. Workshop participants include published and prize-winning poets as well as fledgling writers. She’s able to work with writers at all stages of their development and encourages a democratic and inclusive workshop environment. Cecilia is available to lead workshops for groups of 10-12 in most any setting and time frame — from intensive one-day workshops to immersive residencies. She is also available, on a limited basis, for individual mentoring and manuscript consultation. Please contact Cecilia directly for more information at email@example.com
paris poetry workshop
The Paris Poetry Workshop offers English-speaking poets from the U.S. and Europe the opportunity to come together for a week of intensive workshops, talks and readings in a city famous for inspiring artists and writers. This is a chance to see and experience a side of Paris not readily accessible to the average tourist, and an opportunity to spend time in Paris as a poet among poets. Participants generate new work, hone their craft, offer feedback and support on one another's creative endeavors, make new friends and expand their literary horizons. Please subscribe to the newsletter below to receive updates on future workshop dates in Paris.
los angeles writing workshop
Cecilia Woloch occasionally organizes workshops for writers in Los Angeles and is also available for private groups (up to 12). Please subscribe to the newsletter below to receive updates on future workshop dates in Los Angeles or e-mail her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to book a private group workshop.
ATLANTA MASTER CLASS
Cecilia runs a master class for poets (writers of short-form prose are also welcome) on a monthly basis in Atlanta. This is a workshop for those who take the study of literature and the craft of writing seriously. Participants have made a commitment to developing a community of writers who are invested in one another’s work and development. Monthly meetings begin on Friday evening, run all-day Saturday (including several hours of time for writing) and end with individual conferences on Sunday. The framework includes focused critique of participants’ work-in-progress, individual generative writing strategies, and close-reading of published literary works. This is an invitation-only workshop that meets September through April.