This workshop will also help you learn & experiment with elements of the writer's toolkit
‘Nadia's course was deeply inspiring and reinforced why I love the craft of writing. And even more importantly, it motivated me to invest more time in my writing. The prompts and exercises during class were challenging in ways I didn't expect (in a positive way) and proved that magic can sometimes materialize in just ten minutes. It was such a treat to delve into the complexity and layers of writing and analyze different texts and ideas. And this in turn taught me how to be a more astute reader. The class provided a safe space to share work - which is both confronting and necessary to grow as a writer. Nadia taught me that I won't have great writing days every day, or even every other day, and that's OK... as long as I persist. I highly recommend this course for anyone who is an aspiring or experienced writer. No matter what your level, everyone can gain something from this course.'
April 21–June 22, 2021 (inclusive)
London 8 AM
Jerusalem 10 AM
Sydney 5 PM
Wellington 7 PM
Live workshops via Zoom (recordings available)
To maintain an intimate learning experience, the workshop is limited to a maximum of 10 writers
Price: 2,500 NIS / 999 AUD
Hi! I'm Nadia
I was the teenager whose parents got concerned calls from the English teacher because she believed what I wrote in my creative writing exercises. While this should have given me confidence ('Great, I write convincing prose!'), I felt exposed and this sent me underground for years. I wrote on the sly or sent postcard fiction (before it was a "thing") with outrageous holiday tales to friends and family to see what whether they believed me. This formative experience made me passionate about helping writers write whatever they wanted to write and in a safe and supportive environment.
+ MA in English Literature & Creative Writing, Bar-Ilan University + certificates in coaching and in EFT
+ published fiction and memoir in literary journals & anthologies
* fiction editor at the Ilanot Review
* two interweaving novels are in the works