From Page to Performance Writing Groups
 for emerging writers,
I have been meaning to write more on a regular basis writers
this is my gift to me writers
and ready to come out of the closet writers

$30 ( single workshop) 2 and 1/2 hours
 $85 for 3 sessions (2 and 1/2 hours each)
$175 for 6 sessions (2 and 1/2 hours each)
3 and 6 session workshops include a 30 minute private consultation
One-on-one writing workshops available at $90/hour

Where Yonkers, New York (Private Home) & TBA workshop locations
Why Because you've always wanted to do it
How Call (877) 529-9528 or email Golda at
Note: Groups are limited to 6 Participants
There are weekday morning groups and Sunday morning and afternoon groups
Ongoing Groups and Short Term Groups  

Golda Solomon, "the medicine woman of jazz," is a professor of communications, speech, and theater arts; a poet, performer, producer, and docent; a supporter of women  writers and musicians as well as young musicians, poets, and performers. She was project director of Po'Jazz at The Hudson Valley Writers' Center, Sleepy Hollow, New York for four years before bringing the series to The Cornelia Street Café, Greenwich Village NYC in 2003.The series is 6PM Third Thursdays (September-December and February-June  ( Golda has pioneered several unique businesses including JazzJaunts, a personalized jazz service, and, with Barbara Sfraga, ICAAN (Interactive Communication and Arts Network), which provides innovative, on-site, organization-specific arts programming to workplaces, schools, and other organizations. She has a collection of poetry, Flatbush Cowgirl, published in 1999, for which she co-produced a companion CD, First Set. She also co-produced the CD Po'Jazz: Takin' It To The Hollow, which includes over 20 poets and musicians. Her most recent CD is Word Riffs. "She uses speech-song to explore words as percussive and melodic entities and Jazz as a cultural force is the topic of her discourse"-Suzanne Lorge, All About Jazz.  In 2002, Golda's poetry won first prize at the Writer's Workshop in Asheville, North Carolina. She is a two time named International Women in Jazz awardee, and invited to perform her jazz-flavored poetry at a celebration of the organization's 10th anniversary and at the First International Women In Jazz Festival, both held at the "Jazz Church", St. Peter's in midtown Manhattan. Several of her poems are currently featured on the poetry page of,  Her work appears regularly in The Mom Egg and Solomon may also be found in the anthology, Heal (Clique Calm Books). She is currently working on a new collection titled, Never More Than A Borough Away:Brooklyn Bops. Her book and CDs are available on, and  directly from