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Writing Practice: Using Prompts to Get the Creative Juices Flowing

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In this workshop, led by Rachel Mann, we'll be working out ways to free up our creativity and over come blocks.

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Like yoga, swimming, or playing the piano, writing is an art that gets easier with practice. In this workshop, we will practice together. By responding to open-ended prompts, writers of all genres will come away with something new. In this workshop, led by Rachel Mann, we’ll also discuss climbing out of a rut, jump-starting new or existing work, and finding a community of writers. Come ready to write and share.

Rachel Mann’s debut novel, ON BLACKBERRY HILL, won the National Jewish Book Award for YA. A recipient of the Grace Paley Fellowship in Fiction at Sarah Lawrence College, you can find her in NYC where she lives with three daughters, a dog, a husband, and an over-stretched wifi network.

This event is Members Only and is free to attend but booking is essential. Please book your place by 5pm on Tuesday 4th May.

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