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Our Free Introduction/ WYF Writing Workshop

Please bring paper and pen. Space is very limited. Please rsvp to [masked] and if you end up cancelling, please email again. Thank you for your consideration. Our full schedule of workshops start the week of September

Where: 252 Post Road East. mapquest Le Farm Restaurant. Back entrance is on Imperial and marked "Colonial Green."

The Write Yourself Free(SM) Method of instruction demystifies language arts, freeing each writer's intuition, and stimulating the creative process. (And have a heck of a lot of fun too!)

Here's what they are saying about Patrick McCord

Dear Patrick, Thank you for your level-headed guidance, patience, extraordinary insights and steadfast commitment to pursuing the creative process within every one of us. Since last November, when I first started attending Write Yourself Free, for the first time in my life, I feel like I have discovered the tools I need, crave really, to move forward with what I can now openly call my life's work. That's a big step. Hard for me to admit, let alone put into words. Best regards, Kim, Westport, CT

I'm almost finished my second book with the help of Patrick's class. And Patrick's screenwriting classes are brilliant at illuminating the bones of story-telling no matter what kind of writing you do. All those slippery issues like genre, character, dialog, story-arc, etc. are infinitely clearer in the movies. In fact, even non-writers curious about the gears and levers behind screen-magic would love these Saturday morning sessions. Wendy Kann, Casting with a Fragile Thread: A Story of Sisters and Africa, (Henry Holt and Co, 2006)

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  • Chris M.

    Almost didn't go. Very glad I did. I was quite surprised how good it was.

    August 28, 2013

    • Patrick M.

      Thanks Chris. Can I add you to our email blast list?

      1 · August 29, 2013

  • Patrick M.

    Great class last night and great to have so many meet-up members attending!

    August 29, 2013

  • Sarah

    Looking forward to a fun informative evening!

    August 14, 2013

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