Intro to Adoptee Writer’s Experience
The Introduction to the Adoptee Writer’s Experience (AWE) aims to give adoptees confidence in writing their adoption stories. Whether you write for yourself or desire to share your writing with the world, you’ll find inspiration through AWE.
During our newly expanded Introduction to the Adoptee Writer’s Experience, we’ll spend time together brainstorming topic ideas and learning how to focus our writing on individual goals. We’ll cover strategies and techniques for developing a writing habit and dive into the reasons for doubts, fears, and imposter syndrome, all-too-common forms of resistance that show up in creative work. Each session will include time spent on discussion, writing, and sharing our written work.
The Introduction to the Adoptee Writer’s Experience strives to create a safe space for adoptees to explore writing about their adoption stories. Each session takes place via Zoom, and due to the intimate nature of personal story writing and discussion, all participants must appear on video for the entire session.
We have one session starting soon:
Tuesday mornings (10:00-11:30 Central Time): July 12, 19 & 26
The class fee is $97
Female-identifying students receive access to the AWE Membership Community, and all students will receive email support for the class duration.
Space is limited to ensure individual attention. When you register, you are reserving a space that is unavailable to anyone else, therefore we are unable to offer refunds. To reserve your spot, please send the class fee of $97 to me via PayPal (email@example.com) using the goods & services option for sending money. Alternately, you can also register here.
Let’s get writing!
More about Ann:
Ann is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists, the Women’s National Book Association, and is a member and an Ambassador for the National Society of Newspaper Columnists. Her bylines include Entrepreneur Magazine, Business Insider, Medium, Greenwich Time, Stamford Advocate, Norwalk Hour, Connecticut Post, Thrive Global, LinkedIn, HuffPost, The Good Men Project, the Sioux Falls Argus Leader, and more.