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Paul Spencer Sochaczewski

Breaking Through: How to write and photograph a personal travel story for publication

Posted on 17. Nov, 2010 by in Writing Workshops

Breaking Through: How to write and photograph a personal travel story for publication First time in Bangkok, limited to 12 participants  You’re a voyager, and an insightful soul. A writer. And a photographer.  You know you could produce a better article than many of the stories you see in in-flight magazines and daily newspapers. But […]

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Wake Up Writing

Posted on 07. Apr, 2010 by in Writing Workshops

Effective Communication for people in government, NGOs, and media Many people working in NGOs, government and business have to write effectively to convey a message, argue a position, and seek support for their project. Unfortunately, most people in these jobs are only comfortable with “academic” writing; during her career the writer has been taught to […]

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Exploring Your Personal Odyssey

Posted on 07. Apr, 2010 by in Writing Workshops

A Creative Writing Workshop that Helps People Tell Their Personal Stories Do you want to write your personal story but don’t know how to begin? This workshop will give you the start you need to craft your own personal essay. Paul’s creative writing techniques include “zen-music-speedwriting” exercises, numerous useful tips (the Michaelangelo Secret, Little […]

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Almost Famous

Posted on 07. Apr, 2010 by in Writing Workshops

Almost Famous Master Class in Creative Non-Fiction You’ve been writing for family and friends.  Are you ready to write for publication? For writers who want to see their names in print, Paul has developed a Master Class in writing personal travel stories and personal memoir. Entrance is limited to a maximum of 12 writers. First […]

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Sharing the Journey

Posted on 07. Apr, 2010 by in Writing Workshops

Travel Writing with Style You’ve fought with crocodiles in the Philippines and meditated in a frigid cave in Ladakh. You met your soul-mate in a deserted museum in Italy and interviewed Burma’s leader about his relationship to white elephants. You’ve nibbled grilled grasshoppers in Isaan and had a life-changing conversation with a monk in Laos. […]

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WORKSHOPS

Posted on 07. Apr, 2010 by in Writing Workshops

Exploring Your Personal Odyssey Sharing the Journey Almost Famous Breaking Through Wake-Up Writing Paul has run his writing workshops in some 20 countries. He prefers to run his creative writing workshops in stimulating settings (the best-restored private castle in Switzerland, a restored windmill in Majorca, a private game lodge in Zimbabwe).  Clients include: National Museum […]

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