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Almost time for “A Time to Write”

The next Saturday “A Time to Write” group at the Attic Institute starts April 12th—I’ve got a slew of great generative prompts designed to get your pen moving (I love coming up with prompts), revision exercises to nudge your brain into seeing an old piece in a new light, and you can also use the time as just a designated work session to work on whatever it is you’re itching to work on.

It runs for 5 weeks, Saturday mornings, 10am – Noon, April 12 – May 10. More details and registration. It’s a great opportunity for writers of all genres and levels to be proactive about being productive, to have fun, and of course to meet other writers. Spread the word to friends who might be interested, would you? After all, “The art of writing is the art of applying the seat of the pants to the seat of the chair.” (Mary Heaton Vorse)


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Class Registration and Film Reviews

Just a quick reminder for Portland folks that registration is still open (but the cut-off date looms!) for The Attic Institute’s Saturday morning Time to Write writing group, which I’ll be leading. Saturdays, 10am – noon, Jan 18 – Feb 15. Open to all genres and all writers. Details here.

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And, my Film Reviews for 2014 have begun! New format this year, question and answer reviews (totally stolen from Boob Tube Dude TV critic Ryan McGee’s 5 Questions and 500 words TV pilot reviews, because it looked like a really fun form). (Last year’s reviews are archived here.)

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