The Fairfield County Writers’ Studio is a creative community committed to the Art, Craft and Business of writing.
We help emerging and established writers grow their stories and their careers with support, workshops and master classes led by faculty whose work has received national acclaim.
We offer small classes and one-on-one editing, as well as free events and resources, in a positive, pro-active, professional – and fun – environment. Come visit us by the train station at 21 Charles St. in Westport, Conn.Explore Our Classes
“I don’t have time to write.”
“I don’t have time to write what matters to me.”
“I write something and then I keep it in a notebook and then I write something else because I don’t know what to do with what I have.”
Sound familiar? Many writers we know wrestle with these issues. How can they create, produce and publish more of the work they actually want to write?
We hear you, and we can help.
On February 9 at the Fairfield County Writers’ Studio, we’re bringing together two of the most prolific writers we know who not only write a lot of words each day, they publish quality work on a regular basis that speaks to their heart and sparks their passion. Sophfronia Scott and Jim Motavalli are both nationally recognized and critically acclaimed writers who will share their tips and techniques for being prolific, authentic and relevant in today’s publishing environment. Plus, they’re great fun to be around![Read More...]
We have the perfect gift for the writer in your family: a gift certificate to the Fairfield County Writers’ Studio! We can customize the occasion, the names, the amount and the service, and we are happy to help you or the recipient figure out what might best serve their need. One-on-one writing advice with a…[Read More...]
BY VICTORIA SHERROW
How do we make sure readers will worry about our characters and root for them to resolve problems and reach their goals? First, the problem or goal should be meaningful–something needs to be at stake. But even with a strong plot problem and appealing main character, a story can fall flat.
Conflict might be the missing ingredient. A conflict can involve person-vs-person, person-vs.-society, and/or person-vs.-nature.[Read More...]
Now is the perfect time to kick-start your 2019 writing resolutions and strengthen your skills with our awesome slate of workshops at the Fairfield County Writers’ Studio!!
Whether you are a best-selling novelist, a burgeoning blogger, a maybe-memoirist or are completely new to the page, we can help. Check out our workshops here!
Not sure where to start? Call us and we’ll actually chat with you, human to human!
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