The WriteClub Programme for Academics and PhDs provides 12 weeks of support and accountability to help you develop and sustain a productive writing practice. Everything we offer is live, led by coaches Laura and Will, and customized for each individual cohort.
We can help you find the time to write and make the most of it. We know how easily time can be lost through realising that you have too much to do, you’ve set unrealistic goals, you’ve not the space you thought you had, you’ve lost confidence in what you’re trying to do, you can’t turn off your internal critic, or you just don’t know where to start. And we know what to do about it.
Each WriteClub programme launches with a one-day retreat where we introduce techniques and strategies for you to immediately incorporate into your writing projects. Then, over the course of the next three months, we support you as you implement our method, experimenting with the ways which work best for you. Our support includes setting up peer-working groups; conducting fortnightly group coaching calls; providing weekly feedback on progress; and offering one-on-one coaching sessions.
Our model combines specific writing strategies with a focus on balance and awareness. We are interested in you as a whole person, and we support you in determining how to balance your writing with all your other commitments, personal and professional. With WriteClub encouragement, challenge and accountability, you’ll get your writing done while developing effective writing practices you can sustain in balance with the rest of life.
Autumn WriteClubs start in September and are enrolling now!
PhD WriteClub is for PhD students at any stage.
Academic WriteClub is for all academic staff, from postdoc through professor.
We have worked with PhD students and academics from over two dozen institutions, and we are happy to create bespoke WriteClubs for your department, faculty, or organisation. Please email email@example.com to discuss.