Here at Project Write Now, we are excited to announce a NEW class with a NEW instructor. Introducing Alyson Mosquera Dutemple, who is teaching Fiction 101, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. ET, for six weeks on Fridays, starting January 20. We “sat down” with Alyson to find out her experiences with the genre.
We are honored to have poet Yesenia Montilla joining our team of writing instructors this fall. Yesenia is teaching Poetry & the Muse, 7 to 9 p.m. ET, for six weeks on Thursdays, starting November 10.
by Elizabeth Jannuzzi
“I don’t know if I became a writer because I notice writable moments. Or because I notice writable moments, I write.”
‘Hair’s On Fire’ Is an Idiom, I Looked it Up
The other day my hair caught on fire. I don’t mean that as an idiom. (And yes, I googled “what type of expression is ‘my hair is on fire’” to learn that it is an idiom.) I mean literally, my hair burst into flames.