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Event Series Event Series: Saturday Online Writes

Online Write with Alexis M. Collazo

September 16 at 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT


This is an opportunity to experience the AWA Method online, offered by AWA each month.

During the two hours, you’ll write on the spot to a prompt or two provided by the facilitator. Then, you’ll break into small, facilitated groups to read your writing aloud if you’d like. Writing that is shared will receive positive, affirmative feedback from the small group.

We’re cycling through Fridays 1–3PM Eastern, Mondays 7–9PM Eastern, and Saturdays 1–3PM Eastern to include as many community members as possible. Each session is led by a new AWA facilitator, with even more facilitators supporting with leadership in our breakout rooms.

You can learn about the leaders of this particular session below.

One of this program’s goals is to be a fundraiser for AWA. Tickets are available at a variety of donation levels. Please choose the one that best suits your budget.

If you’d like to attend for less, you can join our AWA Writer membership and receive eight online writes per year for $5/month or $50/year!

If you are having trouble registering for this event, have not received a Zoom link, or have any other questions, please reach out to our Administrative Assistant, Danielle McKinney.


Main Workshop Leader: Alexis M. Collazo

Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Alexis M. Collazo writes in a wide variety of styles, forms and genres. She is a staff writer for and has contributed guest posts to the DIY MFA blog. She is currently working on a memoir written in poetry, lyrical essays and other creative nonfiction forms. She leads creative writing workshops online and runs an Etsy shop from her current home in Pennsylvania.

Breakout Room Leaders:

SARAH KERR After decades of unschooling her own children, Sarah now works with Brave Writer to design, write and teach Language Arts classes to families, middle schoolers, and teens. She also facilitates AWA workshops both online and in her community. Sarah is particularly interested in writing about chronic illness, nature, and working with teenagers. In her spare time, you can find her in the woods, foraging for edible and medicinal plants, or surrounded by her rescue animals, a mug of coffee in hand.



September 16
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
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