We are all healing from the many experiences we collect. There are so many ways to process these experiences, and the tool that we can help with is writing. For those who are ready to take to the page, and those supporters who work, live, and love those in recovery, this event is for you. … Continue reading Write to Recover comes to Saranac Lake this weekend
The resident writers at the Anne LaBastille Writers Residency will read from their current writing projects at the gorgeous Lodge at Twitchell Lake. This event is free and open to the public. Snacks and drinks will be served. Contact us for directions and to RSVP. October 13th 2-4pm @ The Lodge at Twitchell Lake
How do you know someone loves you, even if they don't say it? What does it feel/taste/sound like? Write 250 words about it.
If you had to escort a visitor from outer space for a 30-minute tour of your community, where would you begin and end?
Invent a monster and describe it. Tell where it lives, what it eats, and what it does. Who does it love, can it love? How does it perish, can it perish?
Persuade a friend to give up the drugs they may or may not be taking.
Prompt: A letter to you a year from now. Let's get real -- what do you think will be the same? What do you hope will be different? What do you wish for future you? Have your prayers been answered? Don't demand anything from future you but make a couple solid suggestions. (Courtesy of … Continue reading Your weekly writing prompt #welcometowordcountry
Marilyn McCabe returns to lead this popular workshop, this time with a focus on artist Rockwell Kent. Participants will be guided through a series of writing and editing exercises inspired by Rockwell Kent: Prints from the Ralf C. Nemec Collection and Paintings from North Country Collections. Perfect for all experience levels and art enthusiasts interested in writing … Continue reading Writing Workshop: Seeing with Words
Prompt: While having your morning cup of coffee and reading the paper you come across your own obituary. (Courtesy of reddit.com/r/writingprompts)