Friday, November 15, 2019
7:00 – 9:00 pm

A writing group can give the otherwise lonely writer inspiration, perspective, new viewpoints, support, accountability, feedback, and collegiality. But finding a good match is hard! In this evening for creative writers, three authors will share the wide range of possibilities for forming writing community and offer advice on what makes groups or partnerships sustainable.

Participants will get to know one another in a series of small-group conversations, connecting around shared genres, levels of experience, interests, and location. We’ll end with social time so participants can exchange contact information and formalize plans.

You’re invited to bring a short (200 words or less) sample to share by way of introducing your writing, but this is not required.

COST:  $20.00



Writing instructor and spiritual director Elizabeth Jarrett Andrew is the author of Writing the Sacred Journey: The Art and Practice of Spiritual Memoir; Living Revision: Opening the Writer’s Art; and many other books, essays, and short memoirs.  Her work explores intersections between spiritual growth and the creative process.

Lisa Brimmer

Lisa Marie Brimmer is co-editor of the anthology Queer Voices: Poetry, Prose, and Pride whose work has appeared in many publications.  As an interdisciplinary cultural worker their work engages with environment, kinship, and culture while plotting intersectional black (/indigenous) queer liberation.

Michael Moore web version

Michael Kiesow Moore’s work has appeared in several journals and books as well as his poetry collections What to Pray For and The Song Castle. Founder of the Birchbark Books Reading Series and the Loft Peace and Social Justice Writers Group, he teaches writing and mindfulness.

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