Judy Reeves is a writer, teacher, and writing practice provocateur who has written four books on writing, including the award-winning A Writer's Book of Days. In addition to leading private writing groups, Judy teaches at UC San Diego Extension and at San Diego Writers, Ink, a nonprofit literary organization she cofounded.
"Master teacher Judy Reeves's fortifying, fascinating, liberating
exercises reach down to the place where the deep howl resides."
-- Janet Fitch, author of White Oleander
"Judy Reeves unites the discipline of writing with the
unruly and uncontainable impulses that make us want to write in the
-- Laurel Corona, author of The Four Seasons and The Mapmaker's Daughter "Wild women, we've been waiting for this....It is a book to buy, tuck under your arm, and head out toward life with, expressing your true self along the way."
-- Tina Welling, author of Writing Wild "Judy Reeves has become a virtual guru for writers everywhere. In Wild Women, Wild Voices, she offers her patented inspiration, exploration, and encouragement. Her passion for writing is evident on every page. We are so lucky to have such an enthusiastic and assured guide on the journey that is the writing life."
-- T. Greenwood, author of Bodies of Water, Grace, and Two Rivers "A thoughtful and inspiring read full of tools to help women celebrate, heal, and free the wild woman within....This is a book, not about editing and grammar or placing any restrictions on word-flow, but instead inviting women writers to tell their stories and their truths from a place that is deep and true. It's not about making nice....Highly recommended, especially for women who want to express themselves through writing but don't know how to begin."
-- Sage Woman