Storytelling is a community event. Learning the stories of those around us—those we work with, those we go to school with, and even those whom we have just met—helps teach empathy. HerStry offers community centered workshops, both online and in person, to help you bring storytelling more intimately into your life.
How to get published:
Round Table with Heather Lazare
Ready to get published?
Looking for an agent?
Wondering how to craft that perfect query letter for your novel?
On Saturday, October 12th HerStry will be hosting a round table discussion with independent editor Heather Lazare on How to Get Published.
Heather has worked in the publishing world for years, including time spent as an editor for both Random House and Simon & Schuster. These days she works as an independent editor, specializing in women’s fiction, historical fiction, literary fiction and thrillers.
She’s worked with some of the best authors and has her finger on the pulse of the publishing world. On October 12th she will share her wisdom with us and answer your burning questions about publishing and the literary world.
Read more about Heather at her website heatherlazare.com
Spaces are limited! Grab your spot before it’s gone.
Early bird rate ends September 26th.
Our in-person workshops offer a chance for women to come together in an intimate setting to tell stories and empower one another. In person workshops are available upon request at the location of your choosing. Whether it be your book club, your writing class, or your workplace, HerStry will tailor the workshop just for you.
All in person Workshops are between 2-3 hours and include:
Tools and tips to tell your personal narrative
Getting to the bottom of WHY your story is important
Time for each participant to share part of her story,
if she wishes.
HerStry journals for each woman in attendance
School Age Workshops
Our school aged Workshops are geared towards girls in grades 6 - 12 and focus on the power of storytelling and self-esteem.
It’s no secret that better self awareness leads to better self-esteem. It's also no secret that from a young age many girls learn to keep quiet, becoming a minor character in their own story. Let’s change that!
HerStry school aged workshops teach girls to take a hold of their stories and write them for themselves.