Writing workshops with extra flavour

 

Do you savour writing and storytelling as much as we do? The Triple Sifted Word Refinery isn’t here to mince words. It’s here to give you a taste of the wonderful ways you can use words to express yourself, influence your reader, boost your creativity, and even develop your own sense of wellbeing.

You’re going to love the writing workshops we’re constantly perfecting in our test kitchens. A pinch of journal writing, a dash of copywriting, a batch of creativity, and a whole lot of magic.

Grab yourself a coffee, pull up a seat, and get set to dig in!

 

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The One Good Thing Storytelling Circle

OGT Latitude 30

 

What’s one good thing that’s happened in your life this month?

We’re sure you can think of more than one, and we’d love you to share those stories with us.

The Triple Sifted Word Refinery is launching an inspirational new monthly storytelling circle just for you: The One Good Thing Storytelling Circle. You’ll have a chance to share the good things that are happening in your life, and learn surprising new skills to make your life even better with a new guest speaker at each monthly event!

Third Wednesday of the month – 11am – 1pm
Latitude 30,
8/1 Marina Drive
Coffs Harbour

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I’m pleased to recommend Kylie’s work as Publicity Manager at the Bellingen Readers and Writers Festival. Kylie is positive, friendly, prompt and enthusiastic; thanks in large part for her work, the 2015 BRWF was just about the most successful year in our five-year history.

~ Brian Purcell – The Bellingen Readers & Writers Festival

Brian Purcell

I’ve enjoyed thinking about Kylie Castor & the more I thought, the more I enjoyed it…

I first met Kylie through our mutual involvement with the Bellingen Readers & Writers Festival 2015 where Kylie was to take on the lead communications management role – a challenging, demanding, unpaid community service in which Kylie excelled and contributed significantly to the success of the 2015 Festival.

But there was more to this beautiful, intriguing and talented woman …beyond her communications skills & professionalism, was a generosity of spirit, thoughtfulness and integrity.

Kylie invited me to her pilot Journal Writing course – a 2 x 3-4 hour program which reawakened my love of journaling – the journey & joy of self-discovery and awareness of the magical beauty of simple, everyday experiences.

Kylie’s facilitation opened a doorway to a greater appreciation of synchronistic experiences and awareness beyond simply playing with words – yet that’s what it was – a playful, fun, entertaining and enriching experience.

~ Colleen O’Brien

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Kylie Castor

Kylie Castor is a writer, editor and workshop facilitator. Her background is in marketing, communications and events, where she worked for organisations such as GE and the New York Institute of Finance. She has also freelanced as a consultant to small businesses in Sydney.

Kylie moved to Coffs Harbour in late 2014 and started her business, The Triple Sifted Word Refinery, offering copywriting and editing services, and writing workshops. In 2015 Kylie took on the role of Publicist for the Bellingen Readers and Writers Festival, where she wrote their newsletter and developed their social media strategy in the lead up to the festival. She was also contracted by the Coffs Coast Writers Centre to write and deliver the highly successful community workshop series, ‘How to Write a Great Newsletter’ and ‘Making the Most out of MailChimp.’

In 2016 Kylie hosted the Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local live streaming event at Coffs Harbour’s Jetty Memorial Theatre.

She is currently running Introduction to Journal Writing workshops on the Coffs Coast and Sydney’s Northern Beaches, to teach the joys and benefits of creative journal writing, and was invited to present her journal writing program, ‘Jump into Journal Writing’ at the inaugural Litfest2444 literary festival for young people.

Kylie is the host of the One Good Thing Storytelling Circle. Participants have an opportunity to share the good things happening in their lives, and learn surprising new skills to make their lives even better with a new guest speaker at each monthly event.

She is also a shamanic healer who uses the power of story to bring positive change to people’s lives. She’s currently hard at play on her first novel that explores Celtic myth and legend, and her own ancestral roots. You can see examples of her writing over at kyliecastor.com.