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THE JOURNEY BEGINS IN JANUARY 2022

Get the training and mentorship you need to make your writing soar.


Join Path of the Storyteller, a transformative program that will change the way you think about story structure and writing craft.

 
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the training you’ve been waiting for


 

Get all the tools you need to write at pro level in Path of the Storyteller’s flagship training. 

 

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Critically acclaimed author Maryrose Wood is a leading teacher of story structure and writing craft, with a special interest in middle grade and YA fiction. She’s taught in undergraduate and graduate level programs in university settings, at writing conferences nationwide, and offers one-on-one work with private coaching clients.
She founded Path of the Storyteller to offer serious writers high-level, transformative training without the steep barriers to entry of traditional MFA programs.

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Every Wednesday at 1 PM Pacific I go live to talk about story structure, writing craft, and the mindset of the working writer. Check out these recent livestreams. To participate live, subscribe to my YouTube channel by clicking the button below.

in praise of teaching

Dec 01, 2021

a writer gives thanks

Nov 25, 2021

who’s the opponent?

Nov 21, 2021

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one-on-one coaching



Nail your outline, polish your first ten pages, fix your story structure, make a plan to finish.

 

manuscript critique



No more rewriting by “ear.” Get an expert critique and detailed notes on your draft before you dive in again! 

 

ongoing mentorship


 

Coaching packages offer accountability,  concrete guidance, and supportive feedback as you finish your draft.

 

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Writing that’s good enough to publish—and good enough to last—is the end result of a complex artistic practice. Mastery doesn’t come by accident, and you don’t have to figure it out alone. 

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