Coaching and Classes

Offering:

  • One-to-one and small group coaching sessions
    • One time, short-term or longer-term packages of 1-6 months
    • Developmental editing feedback on poetry manuscripts
    • Support and feedback on memoir projects
  • Online creative writing workshops and classes
  • Creativity coaching for business women
  • Creative writing for corporate team building
  • Guidance for getting your work published

Upcoming Classes

November

Tuesday Evening Poetry Workshop and Study Group via Zoom

November – December

Do you enjoy discussing poetry? Would you like more time to write and revise your poetry? Would you enjoy working with other poets? Register for this six-week course and make it happen!

Each week participants will respond to writing exercises, discuss contemporary poetry, and share their own work for supportive and constructive feedback.

Registration is $225 per-person due before the first class period with six spots open. Payment options include Zelle or Venmo (@Lisa-Hase-Jackson), PayPal (lisahasejackson@gmail.com), or by check.

  • Winter Session 2021: 7:00-9:00pm Tuesdays Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, and Dec. 7  via Zoom

2022

Wednesday Afternoon Poetry Workshop and Study Group via ZOOM

This group meets every other Wednesday from 1:00-3:00pm via Zoom. The next 12-week session begins Wednesday, . 

Each week we discuss a chapter from a book about craft, workshop poetry, and respond to a writing exercise or prompt. $200.00 for six meetings plus orientation.

  • Spring Session 2022: 

TO REGISTER: Send email to lisahasejackson@gmail.com

 


A little about me: Lisa M. Hase-Jackson’s debut collection of poetry, Flint and Fire, was selected by Jericho Brown for the 2019 Hilary Tham Capital Collection Series, an imprint of The Word Works in Washington DC. She holds an MFA in poetry from Converse College in Spartanburg, South Carolina, and a MA in English from Kansas State University. A full-time writing coach and workshop facilitator, Lisa is Editor in Chief of South 85 Journal and founding editor of Zingara Poetry Review. She has been teaching poetry and creative writing classes in the community and as a college professor since 2007.

ONLINE Drop-in Write-Ins :

Description:

Each write-in begins with one or two 5-10 minute warm-up writing exercises designed to greet our inner artist and to help bring our thoughts gently into focus.

After considering a well-crafted example or two from established writers, participants then draft or outline the beginning of story, poem, or essay. There is ample time to share before the close of the hour for those who wish. Sharing is always welcome and invited but there is no pressure at all to do so. 

Besides taking time to dedicate ourselves to the practice of writing, these workshops have generated both interesting and heartfelt conversations and we have found ways to buoy each other through the pandemic and all that 2020 threw our way. Yes, art and writing remain important, even as the world around us falls into chaos and confusion.

A suggested donation of $10.00 through Zelle or Venmo (@Lisa-Hase-Jackson), via PayPal (lisahasejackson@gmail.com), or by check (email me for address) helps keep this dynamic workshop going. 

Subscribe here to receive weekly email reminders for these and other classes and workshops.

 
 
 

 

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