Creative Regeneration for Writers

4-Week Creative Rejuvenation         

4 weeks of one-on-one rejuvenation specifically geared toward writers who have already learned the components of the Creative Regeneration process, either by reading Sarah Luczaj’s book or by participating in a Creative Regeneration workshop. This is a month aimed at reinvigorating and deepening your practice of the Creative Regeneration principles and applying them to your work as a writer.
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14-Week Creative Reclamation          

Designed for writers who are already familiar with the components of the Creative Regeneration process, this 14-week mentorship is a complete immersion into the Creative Regeneration components with the intent that you will emerge with a profound sense of creative sovereignty, a deep sense of renewal, and a kindling of new sparks to feed your creative fire. My intention for this engagement is to lavish you with creative nourishment, personalized tools, attentive support, and effervescent encouragement every step of the way. I view this 14-week Creative Reclamation journey as a deep commitment of my focused attention devoted to you. 
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Mentoring and Writing Workshops: Poetry & Creative Nonfiction


From Kim’s Poetry Barn Workshops

Kim’s workshops have been nothing short of inspirational. More than that. Inspiration is a small part of the writing process…from process to product. She has such a clear eye in her critiques, and she somehow manages to point to poet indulgences while providing over the top encouragement. I feel so good about myself as a poet, thanks to her. And I see my own work better, with a clear eye. What a gift. I honestly feel that these workshops are the equal of mini-MFA’s. — Matthew Krasner

From Kim’s Monthly Poetry Workshop at Crossroads Recovery Home for Alcoholic Women

I can’t believe the things you get me to write.  I had no idea
I could write at all, let alone poetry.  I love your class. — Sabina, Resident

I always look forward to you coming here and reading poetry to us.
I’m getting better at writing and not being shy about sharing what I write. — Jen, Resident

I’m so glad the women have this class.  I took a creative writing class myself recently
and I thought it would be very beneficial to the women at Crossroads.  I’m grateful
you’re here doing this work. — Maria Costello, Executive Director, Crossroads Recovery Home

From Shelley Serdahely, Executive Director, Men Stopping Violence

Thank you for writing “Name Me.”  It is a powerful and courageous book. I have passed
it on to Sulaiman Nuriddin, Director of Men’s Education. He will use it, poems from it, to bring
women’s reality into the room while he’s working with men. In Peace, Shelley — Shelley Serdahely