Language that isn’t scared to shit itself
Starting May 9
- Sundays @ 1:30 PM PST
- May 9, May 16, May 23, May 30
Prepare to write like a fight, get punched in the blood, spit out the glitter, and get back up.
Buddy’s previous one-month courses have built on each other from one week to the next. For the May sessions, each week will be an entirely new tour through language that isn’t scared to shit itself, or go off the high dive, or teleport history back to the day words became hang gliders, or left a mouth for the first time, which, side note, was because of a stubbed toe.
The common thread in these discourses and discussions is that of a higher power. Yours. We will be speaking of, with, and into our higher powers as an absolute. If that doesn’t resonate for you, heads up.
WEEK 1 – How to Say Hello in Cellular
WEEK 2 – That’s Enough of That
WEEK 3 – Past, Perfect, Tense
WEEK 4 – Now the Future Swung
What you can expect
Expect to write like a fucking monster truck made outta books for people who give a shit.
Expect to walk away a more dangerous writer.
Expect to notice architecture in the absurd.
Expect to write, to listen, to participate, to support, and to not be brilliant.
Expect to develop a sharpened awareness of what’s at hand, and what’s ahead, for you and your work.
The course includes:
• Weekly 90-minute live writing sessions, shares, and discourses lead by Buddy.
• Q&A with Buddy to review each session.
• An opportunity for writing and performance coaching and feedback.
• Private discussion group for questions, sharing, and feedback with fellow participants during the we
What you can expect
- Expect to walk away a more dangerous writer.
- Expect to develop a keen awareness of what’s at hand, and what’s ahead, for you and your work.
- Expect to write, to listen, to participate, and to not be brilliant.
- Expect to shift gears quickly during each session.
- Trigger warning: there will be no trigger warnings.
About The Instructor
Buddy Wakefield is a three-time world champion spoken word artist, the founder of Awful Good Writers, and the most toured performance poet in history.