Four Prompts and a Reading: A Night of Prompt-Based Writing
Typically the third Thursday of the month
Next date: Thursday, April 19 from 6-8 pm
Remember the film “Four Weddings and a Funeral”? The clever title inspired this night of prompt-based writing. You’ll get four prompts throughout the workshop and at the end, you choose your favorite piece to read aloud to the group. No critiques, no commentary, just a chance to share with an audience.
For those new to writing, a prompt is an idea — a word, phrase, sentence or picture — that you use as a jumping-off point for inspiration in your writing. It allows for a freer, more uninhibited style of writing as you have a short span of time to the work done and there’s no room for doubt, second-guessing, or endless revision.
I’ll provide the prompts, and you provide the creative spark.
Here’s your chance to write with others in a judgment-free zone. If at the end of the writing period you don’t want to share but just want to hear the work of others, that’s fine too.
Registration: Four Prompts – Thurs. April 19, 2018
Registration for Four Prompts and a Reading