Fall into Writing 
Writer's Workshop

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Come in the room and get naked on the page!

You listened to her on the radio, now fall in love with your writing again with Nichole in her Fall into Writing Writer's Workshop series! Saturdays in October starting October 2 from 10 a.m. to noon EST, Nichole will cover topics to kick your writing into the next level and give you feedback on your work! New work and rewrites welcome!

Register for the topic you want to tackle or book the whole series!

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Two Pens

Nichole is a phenomenal mentor and teacher. I have learned so many valuable nuggets which have definitely pushed me to be a better playwright. One of the special things I have learned is NOT to hold back when utilizing your true voice allowing you to get naked on the page. Learning exactly how to insert myself into my piece. Meaning, we all have stories to tell as writers, even when writing a fiction story there are ways to put a bit of you in your story which enhances the true grit and soul of your play. Another valuable lesson has been how to write dialogue at the three levels and how to weave in my poetic voice as a spoken word artist. I just Love Nichole's energy, her attitude and her willingness to tell you just like and how it is and still have compassion and understanding to the individual's process. Anyone who has the pleasure and honor to benefit from Nichole's expertise in any way, is in for a real treat and will come out on the other side that much stronger and feeling much more confident as a playwright. Thank you Nichole Palmer for everything!

Naima Ince, N.Y.I. Productions LLC

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If you have the opportunity to work with Nichole Palmer, don’t miss it. I was blessed to find her Give It
Legs workshop at The Warehouse Performing Arts Center last summer when my first draft of As I
Remember It was ready for the next step. This piece is very close to my heart, and she handled it – and
me – with care and compassion, shepherding me through several more drafts, resulting in a completely
different play than the one I submitted. The current iteration is so much deeper and more authentic
than the original, and even though the journey was one of my greatest challenges, N