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This book addresses (and aims to dismantle) “writer woundedness,” a state of being that prevents writers from trusting themselves as capable of writing something they can feel good about.

Don’t wait until you know
who you are and what you’re about
to start making things.

– Austin Kleon

You must not come lightly
to the blank page.

- Stephen King

Bad decisions make great stories.

- Anonymous

You don’t know what you have to say
until you write it.

- Don Murray


The Book

Book Reviews

“Every teacher should own Wounded Writers Ask: Am I Doing It Write? This book will help your students tap into their creative schema and produce writings that will take them to places they have yet to discover.”



The Workshops

WWA offers free-write workshops to anyone who wants to become a fearless writer. If you are reading this, your journey to become that writer has already begun.

In a WWA Workshop, writing is a vehicle for exploring identity and (re)claiming voice.

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The Author

Writing Wickets

In Wounded Writers Ask, a wicket is a word that you use in your writing to liven up an idea. Every writer should write with a word well, brimming with wickets!

Get your own hand-painted and ink-dyed wickets here!

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© 2017 S. Rebecca Leigh