Red Bank, NJ – Project Write Now is excited to announce CringeFest VI, a fun, raucous night to support the organization’s community outreach programs. The event will take place on Friday, April 26, 2024, at The Vogel at Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank, NJ, and promises to be an evening of laughs and unforgettable moments.
Have you made your 2024 writing resolutions yet? Now is the time to think about your writing goals. What do you want to achieve by the year’s end? Do you want to explore your creativity? Get published in a lit mag? Tell your story to a live audience? Whatever your dreams, Project Write Now is here to help you achieve them. Below we offer some inspiration along with the classes and workshops that can help you reach your goals.
Whether it’s exploring the emotional depth of TV shows, delving into the art of writing through literary works, or finding inspiration in the tranquility of nature, our team’s diverse interests reflect a year filled with creativity, growth, and personal revelations. Check out what captivated our team members in 2023.
Gift buying can be stressful. So we’ve created this handy dandy guide to help you find and purchase gifts for the writers in your life. OR you can share this guide with your loved ones when they ask, “What do YOU want for … (the holidays, your birthday, Valentine’s Day)?”
In the relentless rhythm of our fast-paced lives, taking a momentary pause has become a precious necessity. As we approach the upcoming hectic holiday season, we asked our writers how they carve out pockets of tranquility. Read what they said.
We’re thrilled to share the exciting news about Lori Heninger, a longtime PWN friend and poetry student. Lori’s new chapbook, “Words for Women,” won the Fall Chapbook Contest at Quillkeepers Press, and is available now wherever books are sold.
“By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes.” –William Shakespeare, “Macbeth”
The season of pumpkins, costumes, and spine-tingling tales is upon us, and here at Projet Write Now we couldn’t be more excited. We asked our team what is their favorite part about the spooky season. Read what they said.
While the squirrels are busy burying their nuts and the hordes are picking their apples and pumpkins, we writers should also be using this season to gather our ideas. During the summer, we had time to relax and ponder new topics or get inspiration from a trip or excursion. Now it’s time to turn those fruitful moments into bountiful writing. These September-themed writing prompts can help!
It’s back-to-school time and that’s got us nostalgic about packed lunches, school supplies, and of course, our teachers. We asked our team members to tell us about a teacher or mentor who had a positive impact on their educational or writing journeys. Read what they had to say.
By mid-August, we have fully embraced summer. The days are long and our thoughts come s-l-o-w. But how does this summer slowdown affect our writing? We don’t want the hazy lazy days of summer to make us less productive. We want to make the most of these longer, quieter days. With only a few short weeks left of summer, read our tips to help you stay focused on writing.