On-site, studio-based + one-on-one creative writing workshops

Welcome to Vancouver Writing Courses!

We offer courses in Creative Writing, Writing as Healing and Writing for Trauma + Recovery!

We also offer creativity consulting, creative writing mentorships and ESL writing and speaking mentorships!

We teach on-site for your organization, out of the beautiful studio at Creative Coworkers and one-on-one.

Organizations and schools hire us to:

Individuals hire us to:

We provide creative, poetic performance for events ranging from conferences to professional development days, from staff retreats to fundraisers.

We offer free introductory classes through our Meetup group.

For more info on our writing classes for people in trauma and recovery, please see Writing for Trauma + Recovery.

Our mission is to deliver exceptional writing workshops with a personal, compassionate and engaging delivery.

Current classes

See our Meetup for our Winter workshops: the Creative Writing Power-Pack, Women’s Writing as Healing and Writing for Trauma + Recovery.

Upcoming Free Intros

VWC offers free intros on a regular basis, so keep on eye on us if you think you may be interested in the future.

In March 2019, VWC is offering three free introductory writing workshops! These workshops are being generously hosted by Vancity and will be held at the Vancity Community Stage, at 1675 Commercial Drive.

Free Intro to Creative Writing Power-Pack workshop series, Wednesday March 6, 2019

Free Intro to Women’s Writing as Healing workshops series, Thursday March 14, 2019

Free Intro to Writing for Trauma + Recovery workshop series, Friday March 15, 2019

To register for a workshop, follow the links, and join the Meetup (it’s free, and you may leave at any time).
As a courtesy to others who may want to register, kindly register for only one of the three free January intros. There will be a Q + A period in which you may inquire about the other courses.

Winter 2019 Courses

Please note that workshops can be taken out of series, as one does not build toward the next.

Women’s Writing as Healing Workshop:

Eight Tuesdays, January 29 – February 26, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Four-session registration (8 hours): $130 + GST= $136.50 ($10 savings)
Drop-in session rate is $35 + GST = $36.75

Creative Writing Power-Pack:

Six Wednesdays, January 30 – March 13, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. (No class on March 6)

Course registration (12 hours): $200 + GST= $210.00 ($10 savings)
Drop-in session rate is $35 + GST = $36.75

Writing for Trauma + Recovery:

Six Thursdays, February 7 – March 21, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Course registration (12 hours) $200 + GST= $210.00 ($10 savings)
Drop-in session rate is $35 + GST = $36.75

For more info and to register for workshops, go to Vancouver Writing Courses’ Meetup, scroll to the workshop you want, sign up for the Meetup and follow the payment guidelines.

If you are experiencing financial hardship, please contact us for info about support with tuition.

On-site Creative Writing for schools!

Vancouver Writing Courses offers writing workshops in schools for students in grades 1 through 12. Contact us for regular or one-time workshops in your elementary or high school. We facilitate workshops for groups as small as 4 students and for whole-grade assemblies of 100 plus. Stay tuned for photos from our recent 100-student grade 10 workshop at Langley’s Walnut Grove Secondary School!

Meetup!

VWC has a Meetup group! Join us for workshops and classes in creative writing. We also offer free introductory classes on an ongoing basis.

Meetings provide new and seasoned writers with an opportunity to connect with local writers, dialogue about writing and the creative process, write to prompts and exercises designed to get us thinking and writing in new ways, get inspired and have fun!

“I have never seen a training with such lasting impact! Thanks again for taking such great care to respond to our needs.”

Astarte Sands, Volunteer Resources Coordinator, MOSAIC

“Marni Norwich’s natural ability to create a supportive environment conducive for creative writing is simply unparalleled!”

Caroline Crowe, Librarian, Vancouver Public Library

   

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