Guided Timed Writing
A Workshop in Power and Rhythm
Dive into the immediate power of writing as practice.
Guided Timed Writing
A hands-on writing workshop of power and rhythm
Build Writing Muscle
Your power is not in your arm or wrist. It is in your brain.
Open the Lock
Escape the cloistered, iron-bound cage of Armored Prose.
Explore New Worlds
Leave behind the universe of the thirteen word sentence.
Bob and Jack guided 10,000 people to better writing.
This Seattle workshop will give you 3 hours of structured guidance on how to build a writing practice that will serve you for the rest of your life. Look at their faces, these men are serious about writing.
Jack Remick believes that writing is like method acting. The writer has to be all the characters. The story isn’t the writer’s creation, but something the characters create through the writer who becomes the chosen instrument for the stream of words. Remick also lives by the principles that the art is in the rewrite and that discipline is the writer’s obligation to the gift. He is a poet, short story writer, and a novelist.
He is an advocate of writing practice as his discipline. Coffeetown Press has published his California Quartet—The Deification, Valley Boy, The Book of Changes, and Trio of Lost Souls. Blood, A Novel, appeared in 2011. Gabriela and The Widow, in 2013. Gabriela was a finalist for the Montaigne Medal in 2014, as well as a finalist for the 2013 Book of the Year Award.
Robert J Ray
Robert Ray is the author of 14 books: 7 in the Matt Murdock Mystery series, 3 in the Weekend Novelist series and one book on small business (five editions). Well, and there is 1 book on circling nouns and verbs in colorful ellipses and a thriller called Cage of Mirrors and a tennis saga called The Heart of the Game.
Ray and writing partner Jack Remick have boosted the writing talent of 10,000+ writers who follow the practice of capturing those same nouns and verbs, if they use the perfect colored pen. Ray joins fellow writers for writing practice on Tuesdays and Fridays at Louisa’s Bakery and Cafe in Seattle.