Our theme for October is Creative practice. During this daylong workshop Acarasiddhi will share ways to connect with our natural creativity through writing.
The workshop will be positive, friendly, encouraging and productive, with helpful and inspiring writing exercises to get us started, and reflections on the link between words and practice.
No writing or any other experience required. Bring your curiosity and your favorite writing tools (although pens and paper will also be available if you need them).
Acarasiddhi is an author and poet, usually as Tony Press. His short story collection "Crossing the Lines" was published in 2016. "Equinox and Solstice", his e-chapbook of poems, appeared in 2018 at Right Hand Pointing. He has also led many useful and enjoyable writing days.
Please pre-register - see "add to cart" below. If you are unable to afford the suggested rate please just pay what you can.
Lunch is not provided but there are plenty of nice restaurants very close to to the SFBC, or you can pick something up at the local grocery store.
Sliding Scale Payments: If you can please pay the maximum amount to help those who need a lower rate. If you wish to pay a lower amount please select the minimum amount and then in the shopping cart please add a donation to top up the amount you wish to pay.
Deposit: You can also make a deposit to book and then pay the remainder on arrival at the event.