PILGRIM WRITERS WORKSHOP FOR WOMEN: APRIL 23, 2022, In-person, Nashville, Tennessee

Pilgrim Writers Workshop for Women: April 23, 2022, In-person, Nashville, Tennessee

Join us for a morning of writing in community. You needn’t consider yourself a “real writer” to join us, and all skill–and confidence–levels are welcome. It’s all about space and permission to tell the stories you need to tell. This is a prompt-driven workshop, and we do not offer critical assessments of one another’s writing. Registration and nonrefundable prepayment required. (If you prefer to pay by check, please email me at I do not offer Venmo at this time.) Location will be emailed to registrants. Questions? Email me at


“Coming Home to Your Heart: A Writing Retreat for Women,” with Amy-Lyles Wilson, May 23–26, 2022 at St. Mary’s-Sewanee

Please join us for a time of writing in community with women who are ready to write their hearts out. In a peaceful setting, we’ll honor the stories we are meant to tell. You needn’t consider yourself a “real writer” to join us. If you want to write, we’d love to have you join us. Let me know if you have questions:—Amy-Lyles Wilson

Recipes and Memories”:

A Writing Workshop with Amy-Lyles Wilson

Presented by Alive Hospice

Food is about more than nutrition. It’s about memory and experience and connection. It’s oatmeal cookies on your grandmother’s front porch. Muffins made with blueberries from the family farm. Your younger sister who refused to eat the cranberry relish at Thanksgiving. These food-based memories serve to unite us with our past. Join us as we write together in a supportive and encouraging environment to share stories about food, family, and friends. You need not consider yourself a “real writer” to join us. This is not about critique; it’s about community.

Thanks to the generosity of our donors, this workshop is provided free of charge. Pre-registration is required. 

Amy Lyles Wilson, M.A., M.T.S., is a writer, teacher, and workshop leader who believes it is the sharing of our stories that saves us. A former Alive Hospice employee and volunteer, she uses writing to help people process their grief. You can learn more about her here:

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