Today’s Trinity Writers prompts are short and invite you into a 20 or 25-minute freewrite.
Share here with Leave a Reply Comment below if you’d like feedback. Next week, we’ll turn to writing fiction in 4 colors to prepare for the UOP Creative Writing Conference coming up in June.
Ready to write today? I need some prompts, too, for chapter 14, House of Hoops. Here are a few to bounce off, if laying down one word after another appeals today.
1. What’s worth preserving in your neighborhood?
2. If you had to find an article published in 1995, where would you look first? […]
Get ready to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day, fly to Ireland in the pages of House of Eire. “Ghostwriter” takes on a dangerous new meaning when a woman honeymoons in Ireland and uncovers family closets full of skeletons.” —Kirkus
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Q & A with June Gillam
Q: Can you share a bit […]
Excited to again be part of the fun in the Authors Booth at the CA State Fair! I’m such a homer! We are in the counties building A/B right next to the Cinnabon booth! Air conditioned too, so come in and take a break from the CA sun, say hello.
Writers in Nor […]
Guest Blog by a student in Delta College’s English 49B, Creative Writing Fiction, Fall 2015.
In June Gillam’s class I learned tools I am certain will help me in the future. Her method of teaching involves a lot of group work and constructive criticism from one’s writing peers. In this class, hard work and teamwork […]
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I’m so excited to be going to Moke Hill in the Sierra Nevada foothills for the annual Gold Rush Writers Conference! This is a small, intimate gathering in the historic Hotel Leger, said by some to be haunted! For sure it was the locale of many couples in years gone by […]
University of Iowa workshops
Typical college creative writing workshops
AWA all positive writing workshops
Forming, storming, norming, & performing—these are common developmental stages most groups go through, as first articulated by Bruce Tuckman in 1965. However, groups often zigzag back and forth or circle round and round in a mixture of stages and phases.
Since writing for most of us is not a job we must do […]
Writers need to think about what is important to them in getting and giving support in a small group focused on the topic of writing story. The handy 5Ws of journalism provide a useful tool here. Assuming writers have been in online forum introductions & discussions of characters, settings, plots and point of view, they […]
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