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One on One Mentoring.

customized mentorships for writers working toward publication (whether on their own projects/WIP (work in progress) or a story/essay for a RSP anthology series).

This is ongoing.



Interest Form for more information and for us to get to know you more. Once you fill out the form, we will go from there.

New 6-week Program

For new and aspiring writers - Produce a piece of writing for consideration for publication in one of our new projects.


On offer right now - write for consideration for inclusion in Midlife on Fire volume 4 open to women over 40.


6 week Sessions throughout the summer:


Program includes 3 zoom calls (audio or video)

  • 1st - brainstorming your idea

  • 2nd - feedback

  • 3rd - final feedback


Sessions start:

  1. 1st week of June

  2. Mid-July

  3. End of August

*10-15 essays will be selected for MOF publication (due date end of September 2024)

*Become a member of "The GLOW Project: Glorious Ladies of Writing"

To express your interest in finding out more, please click on Let's Start Here and fill out the form. (If you don't know what program would be best for you, there is a place on the form to ask for a Discovery call without making a decision about what program to choose before knowing the specifics.)

Ask about our other programs/sessions:

- 6-week mentorship

- 3-month in-depth WIP development mentorship

- Feedback call (one time)

More Publications are being developed. Announcements coming soon.

Contact to find out more

(When you book a time to chat, you can let me know if you prefer to use only audio or use video.
As well, there is an email address provided so you can ask your questions. However, I suggest speaking together.)

Read more about: CK Love


All programs, classes, and workshops held on ZOOM. All sessions are private one-on-ones.


"I have been working with CK for several months now, which has brought to light some deep insights into my artistic process and my true creative focus. The more we work together to uncover blocks interfering with accessing my authentic voice..." read further in Testimonials

The most fundamental aggression to ourselves, the most fundamental harm we can do to ourselves, is to remain ignorant by not having the courage and the respect to look at ourselves honestly and gently. ~ Pema Chodron

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