- Any Friday
- 12:15 to 1:15 p.m.
- Pay as you go!
- with Lisa Hartsgrove
the writers institute at project write now is a membership organization dedicated to creating a vibrant, supportive community for adult writers.
Wherever you are in your writing process, we offer classes, workshops, coaching programs, and other events to enhance your writing journey. We provide a supportive yet challenging environment to help you express your thoughts and ideas while developing your individual writing style.
Project Write Now is located at 25 Bridge Ave., Suite 130, Red Bank, NJ 07701.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 908.675.0467.
upcoming classes, workshops, and events
- Friday, October 23
- starting at 5 p.m.
- with the PWN team
- Friday, November 20
- 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
- with Courtney Harler
We have a devoted group of memoir writers at PWN and their interests are as varied as their narratives. This month, we asked our memoir students what they are obsessing over and their answers did not disappoint. What are they using to inspire them, broaden their perspectives, escape from the world or inform their work?…
by Michael Farragher Quarantine viewing has made me a connoisseur of cooking shows, and I now find myself trying to socially distance from the refrigerator [buh dum tss]. I especially like the shows where chefs are given five ingredients that shouldn’t go together to create something edible. It got me thinking: How does one get…
by Gay Norton Edelman For me, writing is not only a way to earn a living and help people. It’s also a way to get to know who I am and what I believe. I’m talking morning pages, gratitude lists, free writes, written dialogues with my higher power, and more. And that deep stuff is…
When we think of being captivated by something, we think of immersing ourselves in it, focusing our senses and losing ourselves in a moment. What better expresses this experience than poetry? With its deep focus, rich imagery, and economy of words, a poem can allow the reader to experience the world through the poet’s eyes.…
by Lisa Hartsgrove Students in my Just Write class tend to arrive like a blank page. Most are eager to start, but at the same time have not written in years or do not keep a consistent routine. That means I have the privilege of inspiring them to create a writing practice, helping them fill…