Cast Off!

Hi there,

Cast Off is literally casting off (on a sailboat!) so the motivating and gifted writer and educator Kathy Moore is taking up the helm, so to speak, in NYC for the upcoming series of writing workshops at Jalopy Theatre and School of Music! Join up! Kathy is trained in the Amherst Writers & Artists method of gentle and encouraging writing workshop leadership, has years of experience as an English and ESL teacher, and her writing is wryly hilarious, devastating, poignant, and relatable all at once. I know from experience that she’s really fun to write with! Get your writing out of the doldrums (you’ll miss my sailing puns, right?), and go for it! Details below. In the meantime follow our future sailing and creative endeavors on Instagram, @seasicserpent 

Creative Writing Workshop
Sunday 11am – 1pm
January 12- February 23, 2020*

Don’t leave your stories untold. Join a small supportive group of writers and find yourself producing and listening to new works of fiction, memoir, poetry and essays through the celebrated Amherst Writers & Artists Method. Novice writers welcome. Writing is an art form for everyone.
Includes tasty snacks.

$250 for six sessions.
$200 if you have previously taken a workshop or class at Jalopy.
Single sessions also available.

Email kathymoore1@mac.com to register or for more information.

*Skips February 16, President’s Day Weekend

Writing tutoring, editing help, and private consultations with Leslie Fierro can also be arranged as well.

“A writer is someone who writes.”  ~ William Stafford

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” ~ H. Jackson Brown, Jr.’s mother, by many sources, though often attributed to Mark Twain. I’m putting my money on the unnamed mother.

“Leslie’s Cast Off! workshops offer novice and experienced writers a safe and supportive space to generate new work. Her creative spirit makes her workshops fun and engaging. Also, I loved the way the AWA method allowed me to feel at ease and take risks with my writing. Leslie did a great job encouraging everyone to participate and provide positive craft-focused feedback.”

Kathy – Brooklyn, NY

When I write in workshop sessions with Leslie, I’m riveted to my seat. She has things to say in her writing that are all her. Sign-up for a workshop and give her approach a try. She is passionate and committed to the idea that everyone is an artist with something unique to express. The AWA method she uses to facilitate writing sessions is supportive, stimulating, and free of judgement. I emerge from doing a “write” having heard myself more clearly and connecting with others in the group in ways I had not imagined. I can recommend Leslie’s workshops without reservation.”

 

Diane – Newburyport, MA