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Chiang Mai Writers’ Workshop

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Writers' workshop is now forming in Chiang Mai.

Were we create a space for:

  • Receiving valuable feedback on your work in a supportive environment.
  • Reading and giving feedback to other writers.
  • Learning and refining writing techniques.
  • Developing your creative process.

Chiang Mai Writers’ Workshop is an open group and actively seeks and welcomes new members. The workshop is facilitated by Paul, who has extensive experience working with groups of all kinds.

The workshop meets once a week, every Sunday at 1pm in the Old City. The format is flexible, allowing drop-ins as well as giving time for long-term members to develop longer works.

 

During the meeting, we read, write, discuss, and learn new writing skills.

You are welcome to join us at our next meeting.

Please email for details: chiangmaiwritersworkshop@@gmail.com or visit the website: http://chiangmaiwritersworkshop.wordpress.com

 
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