Six photos. Twelve authors. Two takes on each photo. Get Lit Beacon returns with a wildly imaginative event to kickstart our writing into the new year, hosted by Get Lit team member Linda Pratt Kimmel. Join us on Sunday, March 15, 2020, 6:30-8:30pm at Quinn's in Beacon for Twice Told, tales inspired by the photographs … Continue reading Twice Told Tales
by Kristen Holt-Browning This is some town: last year, I received a notification from the library that a book I had requested had come in and was ready for me to pick up. As I walked in, I happened to run into an acquaintance, a fellow PTA mom at our kids' school. She asked what … Continue reading Clarity, with a Certain Descriptive Flair: Interview with Nate Chinen
It occured to me recently that a playwright is a potential job creator, for specific types of people. That got me thinking.
Like many writers, I hit a snag when writing my first novel and was overcome with feelings of self-doubt. I thought my project was doomed, until I learned about the universal law of three, and a deeper truth about the creative process was revealed to me.
When I signed up in late October 2016 I didn’t know what I was getting myself into. NanoWriMo isn’t just a writing challenge, it’s a bootcamp, social network, learning platform, and Fitbit for words all-in-one.