At Portland Women Writers, our passion is to offer a safe environment where women access their creative power and express their authentic voice. Our writing workshops give you the opportunity to share stories in a fun, transformational, and vibrant community.We offer breathing space for creative expression for beginning and seasoned writers and for women of all ages and backgrounds.
"Portland Women Writers creates the best kind of community. A safe and sacred circle where women can speak the truth, create, and come to know their hidden talents. There is some kind of magic that happens in these circles. They are life changing." ~Bonnie Minden Ward, PWW participant
Writing our stories, whether they originate from our lives or our imagination is a sacred act that heals and transforms us. When we write we remember who we are. We reconnect with parts of ourself that have gone into hiding and thereby practice the art of reclaiming our wholeness. We connect with the voice beneath the voice.
Writing in community is soul work. It takes us down to the blessed dark where our stories of loss and grief, transformation and becoming await. We gather the ash and hard, black coal from these stories and through our writing build a new fire to live by.
Writing in community renews us. Through our writing we envision. We imagine. We pull ourselves back to the light on the wings of our natural creative genius. We transcend. We soar.
When we commit ourselves to a regular writing practice we learn to listen to the great intelligence of the heart and our writer's voice becomes strong and sure.
In the company of other women we are inspired, encouraged and forever changed.
PWW WriterSarah Kastrup is now offering writing workshops for children and teens. VisitWrite Now! at:writenowportland.com
PWW Writer Mary Theis, artist and creativity coach, is offering a Creativity Support Group, Wednesday evenings, June 8th - August 3rd, skipping July 13th. For more information contact Mary at email@example.com or 541-951-0167
PWW Writer and facilitator, Meg Weber, along with Sara Blackthorne and Megan Jennifer announce Paper Lion Press - Founded in 2016, Paper Lion Press seeks to publish exciting, engaging, and enthralling works by new and established writers. They want edgy stuff. Stuff that pushes boundaries, that calls privilege into question, that makes them ask questions. Visit them by
PWW Writer Anne Richardson, Chaplain, Certified Veriditas Labyrinth Facilitator and Certified Spiritual Director is excited to share Nurture Your Journeyand her new website, which includes her poetry, a blog and information about the workshops, spiritual direction and labyrinth services she offers. Click here.
Click Here to see the full listing of current workshops offered by Portland Women Writers