I believe we all have a story to tell. Somewhere along the line we started to believe we're not good enough to tell that story, we believe we don't have the talent or the right. My mission is to help you find the joy, passion, and courage to tell that story. This five week program is about rediscovering your love of writing so that you can better express yourself.

In these group sessions you will meet with other creative people just like you. Each week we will focus on a different aspect of the craft, all while getting more comfortable sharing your work and ideas. Every style of writer and every experience-level is welcome. Get ready to make creative friends, finish a project, and have fun writing again!

5 intensive weeks.
Brooklyn and Astoria


All clubs are currently sold out.
Make sure to apply below to get on the waiting list for 2019.

In order to ensure everyone gets the attention they deserve, this group is limited to five people. Apply now to join the waiting list. You will be contacted as soon a a spot opens.

It’s just the most supportive, friendly, thoughtful two hours of my week. I always feel invigorated, inspried, and like I can call myself a writer.
As a writer, the very nature of this craft is solitary and so it’s so easy to get in your own head about it and never share your work. But having a community of fellow writers in the rekindle club has been so motivational and more helpful than anything else. These are smart, talented writers who inspire me to do better and whose opinions and feedback I trust!
Connecting with other writers is like discovering you’re not alone ina quiet plaent. Invaluable!
The rekindle club is a fun way to develop writing skills without it feeling all academic.


  • Writing Classes.

  • Brainstorming sessions for your work.

  • Thought-provoking homework assignments.

  • Public Readings.

  • Access to the Creative Web, a private online forum for writing prompts and feedback.

  • A limited-edition Writers Work Journal.

Reasons to join:

  • You're tired of writing alone.

  • You don't know how to finish a story.

  • You need some structure and routine with your writing.

  • You need someone to hold you accountable.

  • You want to have fun with like-minded people.

  • You wish writing wasn't so hard.

  • You've never done anything else like this.