An intimate group of writers meets each week. Katiedid Langrock runs this group like a television writers room, giving each person his or her own time to share his or her material and receive feedback from Langrock and the other members of the group. It meets for 12-week sessions, perfect timing to complete a screenplay or make a serious dent in your novel. This class is by far the most bang for your buck. Contact us if interested.
ONGOING 12-week sessions / $299
THE WILD METHOD
In this half-day seminar, you will learn the ins and outs of Katiedid Langrock’s proven “Wild Method.” You and Langrock will get to the heart of your story by focusing not on writing what you know, but rather what you NO. You will also learn 4 simple steps to use nature to enhance your storytelling — a trick that will enable you to create your own writers retreat anytime, anywhere. Come; we will create an experience that is healing for you, the writer, and empowering for your readers. Let’s get wild.
ADVICE FROM A HOLLYWOOD DROPOUT (THE LOCATION, NOT THE VOCATION)
A half-day seminar of salacious Hollywood stories and heaps of fun. Katiedid Langrock will also teach you EVERYTHING she wished someone had taught her before she headed out to Tinseltown. All tricks and knowledge are on the table, from how to get hired as a writer’s assistant to how to get representation. Langrock has been fortunate enough to write for both Hollywood and Y’allywood, and if you have dreams of the writers room, you won’t want to miss this.
BECOME A STRONG STORYTELLER: WRITING YOUR TRUTH (NOT YOUR REALITY)
Private Seminar for Strong Girls. If you are interested in a private class, please contact us.
MOMMY-AND-ME STORY WRITING
Come with your child and leave with a book you wrote together! Perfect gift to give family and, of course, your child! For parents and their kiddos ages 2-6.
HEALING THROUGH STORY
This is an intimate class that teaches a healing approach to deciding the theme and thematic significance of your story. Katiedid Langrock teaches writers how to work through their personal wounds by lending the pain to a protagonist in a fictitious story. Honor your story by writing your truth, not your reality. In this seminar, the pen is truly mightiest of all.