Developing Your Writing Practice (with Nolan Natasha)

May 10 – May 31, 7 – 9pm >>

This workshop will focus on developing a specific and intentional writing practice. We’ll address writer’s block, building good writing habits, figuring out what works for you, finding your voice, and other topics. Writing exercises will be included, so come prepared to write! The exercises will focus primarily on poetry and flash fiction but will be useful for writers in any genre. Although geared toward newer writers, this workshop is open to writers at any career stage who are just beginning to develop an intentional writing practice.


Nolan Natasha is a queer and trans writer, performer, and filmmaker. Of Faroese and English ancestry, Nolan is a settler living on unceded Mi’kmaq territory in K’jipuktuk/Halifax, Canada. He has been a finalist for the CBC poetry prize, the Ralph Gustafson Poetry prize, the Geist postcard contest, and was the runner-up for the Thomas Morton fiction prize. Nolan’s debut poetry collection, I Can Hear You, Can You Hear Me?, was released in the fall of 2019 with Invisible Publishing. He is currently working on a collection of short stories and a series of video poems.

Location: Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia (online with Zoom)

Dates of 3-week workshop: Mondays, May 10 + May 17 + May 31 (7:00pm to 9:00pm)
Please note: there is no workshop on May 24. During this week, the instructor will instead provide each participant with feedback on a short piece of writing.

Registration for this workshop is open to Two-Spirit, LGBTQIA+, non-binary, and other rainbow participants. The workshop is free. If you register online, we request a $10 deposit ($5 for members) upon your registration. This deposit will be refunded immediately after the first workshop date.

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