When: Saturday, April 16 9:30 -11:30 a.m.
Whether you write daily in a journal, have published your writing, or just know you have always wanted to write, on Saturday, April 16, 2011 this two-hour workshop can:
- Help you get back to, or on with, your current writing project.
- Revitalize your writing ‘muscles’ with unique writing exercises.
- Help you ‘write past’ your inner critic and get to “the good stuff.”
But wait, there’s more!
We’ll also have a brief guided discussion on social media, blogging, and why it can make a difference for writers.
In this workshop, we will write. We will chat. We will laugh. And in the midst of the words, the talk, and the laughter, we will learn enjoy the company of fellow writers, learn more about our ‘writer selves,’ discover new writing resources, and drink good coffee. When our time together ends, you will come away with a revived inner-writer and perhaps your next work-in-progress.
The cost for the two-hour workshop is only $20 and payable at the workshop by cash or check (made out to Wes Gilbert).
We’ll provide locally roasted coffee and bottled water. Bring paper and pen (or laptop if you prefer).
Hope to see you there!
Parking: Parking is available on Sycamore street at meters, a pay-garage, and free street parking north of 14 th Street.
Workshop instructor Wes Gilbert is a freelance writer and editor. Blaming Facebook for it, he sometimes refers to himself in third person, as is the case here. He has written and published short stories, poetry, articles on writing and the writing business, newspaper/website articles, plus video and radio scripts, business blogs, and direct mail fundraising. He is currently writing a mystery novel, along with occasional blogging, business blogging and editing.