Spots left for Writers’ Sanctuary the first weekend of February 2013

There are two spots left for each day.

If you’ve never been to a Sanctuary, you can read about it here.

This deeply creative time is the perfect opportunity to generate new material, connect with your writing community, eat a delicious lunch, and spend several uninterrupted hours in the afternoon working on your project.

If you’d like to register, you can do so at the bottom of this page:

Hope to see you there.




Sue takes me on a direct meditative plunge into the writing world with the added bonus of amazing food. I love writing in the quiet safety of Sanctuary. – Anna G, Memoirist


The atmosphere of encouragement at Sue’s workshops and Sanctuary Sundays has enabled me to stretch and see myself as a creative writer while adding a whole new gunnysack of tools to my practice as an Expressive Arts Therapist. – Jon O, Writer and Art Therapist


Sanctuary Sunday’s with Sue Reynolds have become an integral part of my writing life. The rural environment is inspiring and the home-cooked lunches are delicious. But, it is Sue’s sensitivity as an artist and her encouraging voice in the safe space she has created that truly nourishes my “writing soul” and keeps me returning every month. – Clare Bolton, Writer


Sanctuary is the place I come to let go of all my writing distractions. Here I can absorb the precious creative energy of my fellow writers and spend a quiet day writing and sharing my work. – Theresa Dekker, Writer

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In the summer of 2013 I was invited to do a TEDtalk on “Shining the light on our Changing Communities”. I talked about the therapeutic writing program I do with incarcerated women. You can view the talk here.

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