Paradise Island, Bahamas
CONTACT: Jeffrey Davis
The Story Quest Writing Course is for aspiring writers and veteran writers who want a fresh take on stories — their heart, their shape, and how they deliver rewarding experiences to us and to our potential audiences.
In an open-air “classroom” on Paradise Island, the Bahamas, we will meet for two hours in the morning and two hours in the afternoon to:
-learn and test out how yearning, attitudes, and world views provide powerful heart lines for your story’s or book’s structure
-learn and test out how the Tracking Wonder Quest models can be adapted to your story, novel, memoir, or trade nonfiction book
-discover and map out organic shapes that best reflect your story’s or book’s form
-apply 4 key factors of reader empathy and psychology that make you a more dynamic story teller and story designer
-move through mindfulness & mild movement practices that help you center your attention, instill focus, actively daydream via your imagination, and draft new content
-receive encouragement and feedback through facilitated share circles and Story Pods
Featured Writers Include:
Poetry, Fiction, Creative nonfiction, Playwriting, Screenwriting, Children's literature
Tracking Wonder exists to help you master your own creative workflow, advance your enterprise, and create what’s next for you and the patch of the planet you’re making a better place. We chart a course for your project and equip you with the know-how, open mindset, and smart strategies to make what seems impossible possible. And we do so with experience grounded in the art & science of creativity.
Captivating creativity is both an art and a science. And so is tracking wonder.
But I’ll be frank.
Tracking wonder is not kid’s stuff.
And it’s not for everyone and all the time.
Tracking wonder is for those of us who are ready.
Who are ready to gain the skillful know-how to dive into the creative unknown. ?It’s where know-how meets not-knowing that real possibility and real creativity thrive.
Are you ready?
Let’s find out.
I’ll see you in the woods.