Practice On the Page- A Creative Writing Workshop

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Writing Workshops at Picot

Find the story you’re meant to write.

Practice On The Page is your chance to stretch your writing muscles, get inspired and let your creative side come out to play.

 This all-levels workshop offers you a safe space to find your voice and nurture the stories your heart has been waiting to share. Danielle Pope, The Story Midwife, will guide you through a progressive series of grounding activities, writing exercises, prompts and reading opportunities to get your words flowing, deepen your level of self expression and give you the tools to develop a practice.

Come with a project, or a blank page — whether you dream of starting a blog, working on your next novel, or just making space for an evening of fun, this workshop is for you. Bring along your favourite notebook and pen, and prepare to dive deeply into this journey of creativity.

Sound interesting? Like you've been looking for something to spark your creativity for a while? Join us with a friend or on your own!

-November 22, 6:30-8:30pm-


About Danielle:

Danielle Pope, “The Story Midwife,” is a writer, editor, photographer and writing coach in Victoria, B.C. She believes everyone has a story to tell, and leads monthly writing workshops to help people find their voice and play with creativity. In addition to Practice On The Page, Danielle was the creator of the Women and Words workshop series, as well as the 30- Day Writing Challenge and the "Write Now" prompt cards — a deck aimed at stimulating creative inspiration. Danielle earned her degree in writing from the University of Victoria, specializing in creative writing, poetry, non-fiction and journalism. She acts as a coach for new and experienced authors, and has been a journalist in Canada for over a decade. Her writing can be found in publications across the country, and through her instagram account: @TheStoryMidwife. When she's not writing, you can usually find Danielle playing with poetry, acrylic paint, chickens or mason jars — but not usually at the same time.