Fall Writing Program (via Zoom)
Ready to stop talking about your writing project and start making progress instead?
With this program, you’ll find dedicated writing time, a welcoming group of fellow writers and the focus and accountability to achieve your goals….and I promise, there will be major belly laughs along our journey.
Are you ready to sign up? Registration is now open!
We’ll meet several times throughout the fall via Zoom.
All times below are listed in CDT
Happy Hour Kick-off: Friday, September 11th (7:30 – 9:00pm)
At our program’s launch event you’ll get a chance to meet your fellow attendees, learn of their writing journeys and summer projects and share your own. We’ll be committing to our summer goals, including a special commitment ceremony.
First Writing Sprint: Saturday, September 26th (9:30 am – 12:30 pm)
We’ll open the session with a check in, then at 10:00 we’ll mute our Zooms/turn off cameras and WRITE! Tami will provide inspiration in the chat during the 2 hour writing window. At noon we’ll regroup and discuss our writing experiences, declaring our micro goals to achieve before our next meet up.
Guest Speaker: Monday, October 5th (7:30 – 9:00)
Join an interactive evening meet-up with a special guest speaker.
Second Writing Sprint: Saturday, October 17th (9:30 am – 12:30 pm)
We’ll meet for our second writing sprint, sharing our progress from the first month and recommitting to another batch of writing for the middle of the program.
Open Mic Night: Monday, October 26th (7:30 – 9:30)
An evening meet-up to hear readings from your fellow attendees and have an opportunity to read yourself!
Final Writing Sprint: Saturday, November 7th (9:30 am – 12:30 pm)
We’ll meet for our final writing sprint, our last big push for the summer. This is the chance to reach your summer writing goal.
Program Finale: Friday, November 13th (7:30 – 9:00pm)
At our program’s final event we’ll share our experiences of the summer program, read if you haven’t had an opportunity to do so already and open your sealed commitment letters, seeing the progress you’ve made.