The Imaginative Storm Writing Salon 
Fiction ~ Memoir ~ Poetry ~ Blogging 

November 7-9, 2014 ~ Taos, NM ~ Moby Dickens
Facilitated by James Navé and Allegra Huston 

Thank you for considering the Imaginative Storm Writing Salon in Taos. The Imaginative IMG_1541_2Storm is a creative weather system designed to help you become a better writer by providing a safe place for you to practice, experiment, play, think, create, and learn.

 Allegra and I have been teaching The Imaginative Storm for fifteen years. I can’t remember the number of people who have told us how “the storm” still powers their writing, regardless of the form they use. Once you learn it, you can always call on it when you need it.

Watch the following four-minute video to see what happens when an Imaginative Storm swirls around the room.

During the Imaginative Storm, you’ll explore imagination and form. You will experiment with spontaneous writing, create imagery, and learn about felt absence. Join us at Moby Dickens in Taos.  

To register or ask a question:
Email James Navé: nave @ jamesnave.com
or call 1-919-949-2113. 
Tuition is 325 plus NM Tax

Find out how Allegra rescued The Artist’s Way Creativity Camp . . . 

Friday, November 7

2:30-5:00 opening workshop
5:30-6:30 public reception and reading 
Saturday, November 8
10:00-12:30 Workshop
12:30-2:00 Lunch
2:00-4:30 Workshop
Sunday, November 9
10:00-12:30 Workshop
12:30-2:00 Lunch
2:00-4:30 Workshop

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