Travel Writing Workshop
After getting my teaching degree in 2016, I travelled through Peru and taught travel writing workshops in the hostels I stayed at. There seemed to be a demand as every time I landed in a new town, there’d be quite a group signing up. I decided to continue doing them after my return to Holland. Combining my love for storytelling with travelling turns out to be a perfect match.
In two hours I give useful theory on travel writing, combined with hands-on assignments that stimulate the writing muscles and teach you basic writing skills to improve your travel journal or blog. The emphasis is on creativity so anyone can join.
You can buy a ticket on Eventbrite.
Where is it?
When I am in Amsterdam,
I run my Travel Writing Workshop at the amazing Zoku.
When is it on?
The next one is on February 15
from 2 pm to 4 pm.
You can secure a spot through Eventbrite.
This workshop fills up fast.
Only 6 spots per workshop!
How much does it cost?
The workshop lasts 2 hours and costs only €35.
(plus a small Eventrbite fee)
For company team workshops, different prices apply.
Please click here for details.
All you need to bring is a notebook and pen/pencil.
The workshop is in English, but you can write in any language you want.
“I really enjoyed Talia’s creative writing workshop. Through a series of simple but powerful exercises, she gives you the chance to experiment with your writing and learn how to let it flow and add ‘ingredients’ for a potential future story. Inspiring. Thank you Talia!”
“Talia’s workshop really makes one aware of how one’s own creative process works. Am longing to do another one! Come back to Madrid soon, please.”
“If you want to start travel writing or enhance your skills, you can’t go wrong with this workshop. I specifically like that Talia can nudge you easily in writing mode or better direction when blocked or in doubt. Thanks for the examples and eye-openers!”
“The Travel Writing Workshop which Talia has put together is a great opportunity to restart your creativity and boost your storytelling. She shares a couple of tips and tools which can be implemented in your everyday writing. I’d highly recommend this 2 hour workshop to anyone who is looking for some inspiration or a reason to start travel writing.”
“Want to thank and give much gratitude to Talia for holding a creative writing class in Pisac, Peru a couple of days ago. Was very unexpected but man was it great. Talia’s presence alone was worth going to this class. I was actually excited to participate and learn, which is rare for me. She is so sweet, kind, vibrant and has such a warming presence . I was wanting to write for so long but would put it off and was very grateful to get the opportunity to learn more about writing, and writing styles and techniques on how to get the mind flowing if you feel stuck.”