Terilee Wunderman, Ph.D., is the author of Wonder Walking: Enjoying the Wonders of Walking Outdoors, an inspirational book to help notice and appreciate nature in order to experience a greater sense of health and well-being. A psychologist, journal therapist, and daily walker, she encourages appreciating the wonders of the outdoors to help alleviate stress and experience a sense of wonder and gratitude in our daily lives. Visit her website.
Currently teaching: Writing Stories from Nature
Mary-Elizabeth Briscoe, MA, LCMHC is a 2019 IPPY Silver Medalist for her debut memoir, The First Signs of April. She has also co-authored Anxiety Relief. She is a licensed mental health counselor and life coach. After spending a year living on the Dingle Peninsula, Ireland working on her next memoir she is currently living, working, and writing on Cape Cod. She has taught numerous workshops including 21 Days to Your Daily Writing Practice, Writing your healing story, Ready, Set Write and Writing for your life. She teaches both live and online classes. Please visit her website
Currently teaching: Write To Heal
Tina Games is the author of Journaling by the Moonlight: A Mother's Path to Self-Discovery. As a certified creativity and life purpose coach, and a master retreat leader and certified journal writing facilitator, she is the 'Moonlight Muse' for women who want to tap into the 'full moon within' and claim their authentic self, both personally and professionally.
Through her signature coaching programs, based on the phases of the moon, Tina gently guides women from darkness into light as they create an authentic vision filled with purpose, passion, and creative expression. She lives on Cape Cod in Massachusetts with her husband and their two older teenagers.
For more information about Tina’s work, please visit her website
Currently teaching: Capturing Your 'Blue Moon' Life
Marilyn H. Collins is known for her practical and hands-on writing workshops. She is author of local/regional history books, writing guides and magazine articles. She owns CHS Publishing and works with writers to answer concept questions through editing their finished copy. Visit her website and blog. Author, Speaker, Writing/Marketing Coach, Editor.
Currently teaching: Pitch Like a Pro to the Pros
Bird Mejia is An award-winning poet, has an MFA in Creative Writing and has taught online classes to women for ten years. Bird Mejia’s poems have appeared in anthologies such as Between the Heart and the Land/Entre el corazón y la tierra: Latina Poets of the Midwest and in literary journals including Willow Springs, Inkwell, and Calyx. She teaches workshops using her poetry collection, Wild Woman at My Door, in order to empower women of all ages to reconnect to their powerful, authentic selves.Visit her website.
Currently teaching: Poetry for the Truly Terrified
Katherine McCord has an MA in Creative Writing and an MFA in Creative writing. She has two books of poetry--Island and Living Room (prose poems)--a lyric essay memoir, My CIA; a poetry chapbook, Muse Annie; and a literary memoir, Run Scream Unbury Save. All were published by selective presses, Run Scream Unbury Save having won the Autumn House Creative Writing Competition in Creative Nonfiction and My CIA having won a Hoffer Legacy Award. She has been teaching Creative Writing at all levels, including college, online and in the traditional classroom, noncredit and for credit, for a wonderfully long time. Visit her website.
Currently teaching: Found Poetry,
Len Leatherwood, Program Coordinator for SCN's Online Classes program, has been teaching writing privately to students in Beverly Hills for the past 19 years. She has received a state and national teacher award for the past 9 years from the Scholastic Artists and Writers Awards, the oldest and most prestigious writing contest for youth in the U.S. She is a daily blogger at 20 Minutes a Day, as well as a published writer of 'flash' fiction/memoir with pieces appearing in flashquake, longstoryshort, All Things Girl, SCN's True Words Anthology, Provo Canyon Review, as well as A Cup of Comfort Cookbook, currently available on Amazon. She was a nominee for a Pushcart Prize, the best of the small presses, in 2015.
Currently teaching: An Experiment: Committing to Writing 20 Minutes a Day for 1 Month
Lynn Goodwin owns Writer Advice. She's written You Want Me to Do WHAT? Journaling for Caregivers (Tate Publishing) and Talent (Eternal Press). She was short-listed for a Literary Lightbox Award and won a Bronze Medal in the Moonbeam Children's Book Awards for Talent.
Goodwin's work has appeared in Voices of Caregivers; Hip Mama; Small Press Review; Dramatics Magazine; The Sun; Inspire Me Today; Caregiver Village; Good Housekeeping.com, Purple Clover.com and elsewhere. She is a reviewer and teacher at Story Circle Network, and she is a manuscript coach here at Writer Advice.
Her memoir about getting married for the first time at 62 has been picked up by Koehler Press and will be out in early 2018, but she always has time to write guest blog posts and answer questions. Visit her website and her blog.
Currently teaching: Independent Study Program, Session 1
Independent Study Program, Session 2