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The incredible and talented ACW family is stepping up and sharing their expertise with you! Creativity is the key to making it though tough times. This time is not lost, but instead a chance to dive into your imagination. Prompts have been provided by Julia Alvarez, Mahogany L. Browne, Joseph Bruchac, Betsy Folwell, Sue Halpern, Bill McKibben, Jon Sands, Steve Stern, Chase Twichell, Lauren Whitehead & more.
This week’s writing prompt:
“Nanny called the black walnut tree El Capitan,” writes Kelsey Francis in her essay “To Grow in Spite of Poison” (HAD Magazine, 2022)
After attending the Paul Smith’s VIC “Big Tree Festival” this weekend, we’ve got trees on the brain. Try writing a piece about a favorite or memorable tree. Describe not only the tree itself but what it meant to the people who knew it.
Submit your response by Sunday, May 29, 2022. All creative writing responses will be shared on @adkctr4writing and adirondackcenterforwriting.org. Note: You are expected to edit your own submission before sending it.
Note: You are expected to edit your own submission before sending it.
Send in your creative writing response to this prompt.
Send in your response (any genre) by end of day each Sunday to be shared on this website + on @adkctr4writing. You are expected to edit your own submission before sending. Please add paragraph spaces between sections. All submissions will be posted left justified.
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