Sip-N-Prompt, Ch. 2! Join us in our second edition of the workshop with author and writing teacher, Joni B. Cole! Come if you love the experience of writing from a prompt to tap into your creativity and stories. Also come if you've never written from a prompt, to discover how fun and weirdly meaningful this experience can be. Everyone who cares to share will be invited to read aloud for appreciation and insights. Writers, newbies, people looking for something to do on a Friday, all are welcome and leave any self-doubts at the door!
Enjoy continued Happy Hour pricing on drinks when you buy a book: half-off if you buy a copy of Good Naked, and $2 off if you buy any book.
This event is free and open to all. Advanced registration is required. Sign up HERE!
From veteran teacher and acclaimed author Joni B. Cole comes the revised and expanded edition of her popular writing guide Good Naked. Once again, Cole’s humor and wisdom shine through as she debunks long-held misconceptions of how we’re supposed to write, replacing them with advice that works. Feeling overwhelmed? Having trouble getting started or staying motivated? In this edition, Cole offers more stories, strategies, tips on craft, and exercises to serve new and seasoned writers from the first draft to the final edit. Writers will even find help making peace with rejection.
Admirers as well as newcomers to Cole’s work appreciate her uniquely cheerful approach, time tested to foster creativity and productivity. Keeping this generous and essential guide close by will provide a jump start to inspiration and a daily reminder of the meaning, humor, and happiness that can be discovered in your own writing life.
Joni B. Cole is a frequent workshop leader and speaker at academic writing programs around the country, as well as conferences, libraries, and social service organizations. She founded her own writer’s center in Vermont, and offers classes in person and online. Cole is also a contributor to The Writer and host of the podcast Author, Can I Ask You? She is the author of six books.