Capturing The Dreamscape: Using Your Dreams to Spark Your Writing | Two-Day Seminar

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Desi Lenc Sundays, Sept. 10 and Sept. 24
10am–12pm ET
7am-9am PT
9am-11am CT
2 class sessions

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Do you ever wonder what hidden treasures lie within your dreams, waiting to be unleashed onto the page?

In Capturing The Dreamscape: Using Your Dreams to Spark Your Writing, join us for an inspiring journey into the world of writing, where we harness the creative potential of your nightly dreams.

🌙 Incorporate Dream Magic into Your Writing: Discover innovative ways to infuse your writing with your dreamscape, turning ordinary stories into extraordinary ones

🌙 Explore Dream Themes: Delve into the tapestry of dream themes and learn how to weave them into your narratives, adding depth and resonance to your work

🌙 Craft Vivid Descriptions: Learn techniques to hone your skills in crafting vivid and evocative descriptions, transporting your readers into your imagination

🌙 Dream Journaling Practice: Establish a dream journaling routine, allowing you to tap into the inspiration that flows from your subconscious

🌙 Community of Dreamers and Writers: Immerse yourself in a supportive environment, combining the camaraderie of a dream circle with the creativity of a writing group. Share your experiences and writing with fellow dreamers and writers.

🌙 Dream-Inspired Writing: Create a compelling piece inspired by your dreams, and complete in-class exercises to get comfortable writing in dream logic

Embark on a transformative journey, where your subconscious becomes your muse. Unleash the power of your dreams to breathe life into your writing and awaken your inner storyteller.

Are you ready to discover what your subconscious yearns to reveal on the pages of your stories? Unlock the dreamer within you!

All class meetings will be held via Zoom. The link to join your Zoom classroom will be provided on the morning of your class. Please check spam folders if you do not receive an email confirmation upon registration. For more information on how to download or use Zoom, please click here.

Meet Your Instructor:
Desi Lenc

With a degree in Creative Writing from Northridge State University, Desi Lenc writes speculative fiction and non-fiction at the intersection of spirituality and wellness. She is the organizer and moderator for Beyond Borders, a multicultural book club for writers. Her passion for assisting writers in exploring their creativity led her to the operations manager position at Resource For Writers. Desi has participated in various readings and panels around the Bay Area, including FogCon, Lit Quake, Beast Crawl, and FIYAH Magazine’s An Afrofuturist Reading. She regularly shares her reading suggestions and dream information on Instagram and Tik Tok @desi_lenc. You can find her writing in midnight & indigo, Spirituality & Health Magazine, and Outcast’s Mag. She’s currently working on her first novel and a guided dream journal.

Course Takeaways

  • Establish a dream journaling practice
  • Learn how to transform dreams into scenes, poems, & stories
  • Understand the connection between creativity & dreams
  • Develop a creative work from a dream
  • Recognize themes Within Dreams

Course Expectations

  • Come to the first class with a dream to work on
  • Have a piece to share in the last class
  • Maintain a dream journaling practice
  • Complete writing exercises in class

Course Skeleton

  • Meeting One: We’ll learn how creatives have used dreams in their work, how to use our dreams in our writing, complete writing exercises to help us get in touch with dream logic, and expand on a dream brought to class. We’ll get to know each other and our experiences with dreamwork and have opportunities for questions and sharing of experiences

  • Meeting Two: We’ll start with a writing exercise, then share our pieces/workshop. 


We offer full refunds for cancellation with written notice up until 7 days before your class start date. From 6 days to more than 24 hours before class begins, we offer a 50% refund. If you drop a class less than 24 hours before the class begins or after it has started, you are ineligible for a refund.