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Writers' Co-Creation Circles

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Are you looking for kind conversations about your writing (new or in progress)?

Our Writers’ Co-Creation Circles have been created to support your writers’ muse. Our conversations centre around your writing’s deeper meaning — the message that your writing seeks to tell.

Ask how our Writers’ CoCreation Circles can help you.

As a writer herself, Wendy Campbell knows the often lonely journey that a writer must travel to be true to her creations — spoken so eloquently by writer Jonny Sun here. He closes with the realisation that…

In these dangerous and unsure times, in the midst of it all,
I think the thing that we have to hold onto is other people.
I know that is a small thing made up of small moments,
but I think it is one tiny, tiny sliver of light in all the darkness.

Even for writers, there are times when other people need to share the journey, to offer other insights and understanding that each written creation calls for to reach its full potential.

Online Writers’ Co-Creation Circles
Wendy will be setting up online Circles during 2020. Ask Wendy how our Circles can help your writing projects.

Millpoint Writers’ Co-Creation Circle – ON HOLD UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Led by Carla Van Raay and Wendy Campbell, this is our very first Circle founded in February, 2020. Gatherings are held at the Millpoint Caffe Bookshop in South Perth, Western Australia. If this Circle feels right for you after the pandemic ends, please contact Wendy by email, or Carla by email. Carla and Wendy will be delighted to welcome you:-)

To help you with your writing, you might enjoy these 13 tips to help you sit down and write.

And before you leave, be inspired by this reflection on words — John Koenig’s meditation on the meaning we assign to words and how these meanings latch on to us.

Photo The Milky Way by Nature Photographer Rob Campbell.

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