A unique writing experience that cultivates creativity and wellbeing

Upcoming Events

  • Write Into Your Wellness
    Mon, Mar 01
    Emailed writing prompts and online meetings
    Mar 01, 5:00 AM – Mar 31, 9:00 PM
    Emailed writing prompts and online meetings
    A month-long course designed to cultivate your wellbeing, even in the middle of the pandemic.
  • Writing Care Package for Pandemic Response
    Mon, Feb 15
    Free sample of writing prompt videos.
    Feb 15, 5:00 AM – Feb 19, 9:00 PM
    Free sample of writing prompt videos.
    Four free daily writing prompt videos to help you reflect and create in a challenging time.

About Us

We draw on each of our 20-year careers with reflective and creative writing as students, practitioners, coaches and teachers. And for nearly a decade, we've shared a lot of laughter and experienced the great joy of helping each other grow our writing careers.

Lucy Flood

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Lucy Flood has written for The Atlantic, InsideClimate News, The Jackson Hole News and Guide, The Louisville Courier Journal, and Berkeleyside, in addition to other places. She helps creative professionals and corporate and non-profit teams to ignite their creativity and flourish in their work and life contexts.  She also has led writing workshops for Writers in the Park, The Jackson Hole Writers Conference, the University of Texas at Austin, and groups of professionals in the Bay Area.As a journalist, editor and a consultant, she draws on her broad understanding of what makes people thrive: in the realms of movement, mindfulness, self-compassion, stress, yoga, mindset interventions, the science of happiness and more.  She holds a B.A. from Stanford University in Human Biology, as well as an M.A. in English and Creative Writing from The University of Texas at Austin. Middlebury College also awarded her an environmental journalism fellowship. Lucy lives in the Bay Area with her husband and child. She enjoys writing at dusk under the fig tree in her backyard.

Matt Daly


Matt Daly is the author of Between Here and Home (Unsolicited Press) and the chapbook Red State (Seven Kitchens Press). He edited the chapbook Untrapped for Wyoming Untrapped. Matt is the recipient of a Neltje Blanchan Award for writing inspired by the natural world and a Creative Writing Fellowship in Poetry from the Wyoming Arts Council. His poems have appeared in publications including Pilgrimage, The Cortland Review, and High Desert Journal as well as the Sixteen Rivers Press anthology America, We Call Your Name. Matt makes text-based art independently and in collaboration with visual, performing, and literary artists. His work has been exhibited in Jackson, Pinedale and New York. Matt is on the faculty of the Jackson Hole Writers Conference. He also teaches reflective and creative writing for medical professionals, educators, college and secondary students, and others interested in the literary arts.


What They’re Saying

Matt Daly has a gift in being able to extricate, without much energy from him, the most surprising talents from
every person present. What a superb session.

Anonymous Physician

Lucy’s facilitation was exquisite: confident, knowledgable, supportive, and flexible. Her ability to attune to each person and support them in the way they needed helped make the group feel safe and alive. I had an amazing time and wrote something I’m proud of that I published to an online community. I also submitted writing for a conference in Europe that I was invited to attend.

Zach Schlosser, Entrepreneur and Writer

This session was a revelation. Mr. Daly, a young poet, took a group of middle-aged physicians and had us intensely and enthusiastically engaged in a series of entertaining exercises that yielded poems as diverse as the group. Wonderful!!

Anonymous Physician

While participating in this group, my voice as a writer really started to open up. The exercises we did helped me stretch in new ways as a writer, and I always found more freedom in my expression after a creative exercise. Lucy masterfully created a setting between us where we could explore, celebrate each other, grow together, and have a blast!

Brita Grothe, Physical Therapist and Career Coach

Matt has worked with me on editing two novels and starting a poetry collection. He has helped me grow as a writer almost more than anyone else. His honesty, warmth, sense of humor, humility and understanding of the craft of writing make him a joy to work with.

Anonymous Writer

Being Lucy's student and watching how she delights in teaching, how she inspires people to write with passion and freedom ... her energy is simply contagious and so very fun to be with.

Chantia Smith