2019 PWN Instructor Writing Tips

This year, we kicked off a “Writing Tip of the Month” from PWN instructors. Here is a roundup of all of our tips conveniently located in one spot for easy reference. JANUARY Eileen Whitener, Instructor, Writers Workshop Read widely and with a writer’s eye. Notice the moment you fall in love with a book. What…

Tower of Shame

You’re a writer. You choose to spend your time spilling your guts onto the page. You bleed. You reveal. You go deep. You reflect. You share your desires, obsessions, and insecurities with your readers in the name of your craft. You study the work of other writers for your craft. You read for pleasure, for…

All You Need to Know About NaNoWriMo!

This November, PWN is joining in on the NaNoWriMo fun of writing 50,000 words in a month. To take this challenge to the next level, we have created a CONTEST pitting our TEEN writers against our ADULT writers to see who can write the most words. We chatted with former teen intern Vivian Parkin DeRosa…

flash q&a

We are excited to announce a FLASH session on “Flash Fiction & Memoir” October 10, 17, 24 (7 to 9 p.m.). We spoke with instructor Ray Brunt to find out why you should sign up for this class in a flash! PWN: Why are you looking forward to teaching this class? Is the focus different…

when memories are stirred, stories emerge

Introducing PWN’s Life Stories Classes for Seniors “Power” is the first word that comes to mind when I think of Project Write Now’s Life Stories classes, designed for seniors to write and share their stories. The kind of power that comes from unleashing a long-untold story, from reminiscing and making sense of one’s life experiences.…

a q&a with lizbeth finn-arnold

Project Write Now is excited to announce a new class taught by a new instructor, Lizbeth Finn-Arnold. Lizbeth has been taking classes at PWN for a few years and recently started teaching in our community outreach program. This fall, she is teaching a one-day Restorative Writing workshop on Tuesday, October 15, from 12 to 2…