Fiction writers, poets, memoirists, bloggers, dreamers! Allied Arts is sponsoring a free, 4-week long community writing workshop open to all ages and levels of writing experience facilitated by Kerry Neville, professor of creative writing at Georgia College.
The workshop’s mission is to nurture all writers, regardless of style and genre, so we can achieve our goals.
While many people assume the end result of writing is publishing, we begin with the assumption that many of us write for a creative outlet or as part of another creative pursuit. We will spend most of each session writing (if needed, we will have writing prompts), sharing our writing with each other (but no pressure to share if you'd rather keep it private), and discussing the writing process and writing roadblocks.
We will meet over the lunch hour on March 9,
16, 23, & 30 from 12-1:30 at the Marlor House.
Feel free to arrive late and leave early as you need! Bring a pen and notebook or a laptop (we have wifi!). Feel free to bring your lunch or coffee with you.
No pre-registration is required, but if you would like to stay up to date, you can email and ask to be put on the mailing list.