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I believe the craft of writing truly thrives when writers surround themselves with the support and feedback of other creative people. Whether it’s through small groups to critique writing, conferences for inspiration and connection, readings to showcase new work, or retreats to focus and renew the passion for writing, I am all about fostering creative communities. Writing is a solitary act but that doesn’t mean you need to be alone. I hope you will join me on this creative journey.
— Tracy Sayre, Founder of Writers Work

Upcoming Events:

Digtal Copy of Five Hours of Creativity

During the last year, I have been teaching a series of unique writing exercises at The New York Public Library. It is now nearly impossible to get a seat in one of these classes, but, fortunately, I've collected my most popular exercises into one book that you can download.

This short book covers topics such as character development, evocative description, interior worlds, and powerful perspective. You can go through these exercises over and over again, and some of them even have advanced steps.

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The writer's retreat is set in the snowy foothills of the Catskills. With the perfect mix of writing exercises, activities, and free time, this retreat is an opportunity to recharge and recommit to your craft.

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Based in NYC, these conferences are all about getting you in front of literary agents and bestselling authors in a relaxed, intimate atmosphere. Get the feedback and advice you need to further your writing career. 

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Join a community of motivated writers,  enjoy weekly events in NYC, receive writing prompts and inspiration and participate in unique writing classes. If you're looking for routine, accountability and fun, this is perfect for you!

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