WFH Workshop | Safe Space Stories by Paul Rozario-Falcone

The Arts House’s Write From Home (WFH) Workshops are back by popular demand! Playing on the concept of “work from home”, local authors explore writing as a way to navigate through this unusual time. In this shared space, find your own community of writers and let them inspire you through this isolation. Beginning in July, this second run of workshops will also see Chinese and Malay writing workshops added to the series.

Safe Space Stories offers a supported space for writing in a group. We can choose to write from the prompts provided or to write whatever comes to mind. We can share our work if we wish. We support each other by giving positive feedback on what we love about the newly created work we have just heard. No questions, no judgments, no criticisms — just sharing what we love about the fresh words and stories we have created in this safe space. Come join us as we write from home and experience a supportive writing group.

Please note that attending this workshop series will require all participants to be visible to the facilitator and fellow participants through their web cameras.


Paul Rozario-Falcone is a writer and editor based in Brooklyn and Singapore. He is a licensed facilitator for the Amherst Writers and Artists method, which builds a supportive, affirming group writing practice. He was the co-founder of the Singapore Literature Festival in New York and the Second Saturdays reading series. He is currently pursuing an International MFA in Creative Writing and Literary Translation at Vermont College of Fine Arts.


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Sat Jul 25, 2020
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM SGT
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