Finding True North A History of One Small Corner of the Adirondacks Fran Yardley The Adirondack Artists Guild will host a book launch party from 5-7 pm on Friday, July 13, for Fran Yardley’s book, Finding True North: A History of One Small Corner of the Adirondacks, published by Excelsior Editions, an imprint of State … Continue reading Finding True North by Fran Yardley Book Launch Party
Join us for an evening with acclaimed author, Bill McKibben who will read from his latest release and first novel, Radio Free Vermont. Books available for purchase, signing to follow. Free for PSC Alumni & Students, $10 for Public. An Evening with Bill McKibben July 27 at 7:30pm Paul Smith's College VIC About … Continue reading An Evening with Bill McKibben
July 23-August 27 Led by Ashley Patrick and Alane Mason, editors at W. W. Norton & Company About the workshop. Submitting your manuscript to a publisher is an art that few know how to do well. This workshop is here to help! Our two editors (bios here) will get your query letter and first pages … Continue reading Epic Editing: Crafting Query Letters & First Pages
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
Prompt: While having your morning cup of coffee and reading the paper you come across your own obituary. (Courtesy of reddit.com/r/writingprompts)
Prompt: A young group of Harvard Students are given a strange opportunity: Instead of paying tuition, they can become assassins for the University (Courtesy of reddit.com/r/writingprompts)
Prompt: Every word now has a limited number of spoken uses per person before being completely removed from their vocabulary forever. As a result, silence has taken over the earth, language being reserved for only the most important moments. Tell us about a time you needed to say something, and why you couldn't. (Courtesy … Continue reading Your weekly writing prompt #welcometowordcountry