The Word of the Day Practice Creativity Workshop with Marilyn Horowitz

Join us for this exclusive workshop for NYWIFT Members.

The Word of the Day Practice is a 15-minute journaling process that quickly shuts down the inner critic that plagues us writers. Using words and images, the practice eliminates the bad habits of guilt and self-criticism. Instead, we can focus on unconditional creativity and greater productivity.

In this 90 minute interactive seminar, Marilyn Horowitz will share how to apply the Word of the Day tools to your current project and create an efficient journaling practice to supercharge your writing.

Bring a pen and paper, and roll up your sleeves!

NYWIFT attendees will receive a free copy of Word of the Day: Transform Your Writing in 15 Minutes a Day.


This event is FREE and open exclusively to NYWIFT members. Advance registration required.

Not a member yet? Email us at so we can expedite your application to attend this program. 


Date: Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Time: 1:00 – 2:30pm ET

Location: Virtual (Zoom link will be included in confirmation email)




Marilyn Horowitz is an award-winning author who has taught her trademarked
storytelling method at New York University for twenty-five years. Now sharing
her storytelling secrets with a broader audience, Horowitz has written several
books on the art of writing. Her most recent book, Word of the Day: Transform Your Writing in 15 Minutes a Day shares a journaling practice that demonstrates a new, easy way to create and sustain genuine happiness.

Shadows and Echoes, her latest book, co-authored with world-famous clairvoyant Martin Sherlock shares her three-year journey to enlightened self-awareness. Horowitz has written two novels, The Book of Zev in 2016 and Bad Girl Pie is to be released in 2025. Horowitz is a Reiki master and is certified in Dao Yin Yoga and Authentic Movement. She dances the Argentine Tango as often as possible.

July 16 @ 1:00pm
1:00 pm — 2:30 pm (1h 30′)


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NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature.