Tuesday/Thursday/Friday Jumpstart, with Dori Ostermiller
Even the most seasoned writers have difficulty carving out time and summoning inspiration. This popular, productive morning workshop provides quiet, structured writing time among peers, a handful of fabulous prompts to get you rolling, and the inspiration to support your writing practice.
Starting with a variety of imaginative prompts, we warm up, engage in a sustained writing period (over an hour), then share our work and receive thoughtful, encouraging feedback. Each session includes writing time, craft tips, quotes, supportive discussion, and advice on how to sustain a creative life in challenging times… Come for inspiration, structure, and a supportive community, and make serious headway on your projects! Appropriate for all levels and genres. These popular workshops fill fast!
Tues, Thurs, or Friday mornings, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.; 10-week fall session starts week of September 5th ($425)
Dori Ostermiller, MFA, is the founding director of Writers in Progress. Her debut novel, Outside the Ordinary World (MIRA, 2010) was an Indie Best pick and an MLA must-read. Her work has appeared in many literary journals, including The Bellingham Review, Alligator Juniper, Bellowing Ark, Peregrine, Calliope, Roanoke Review, Chautauqua Literary Journal, The American, The Massachusetts Review and Rumpus, among others. Dori has worked for over two decades as a professional editor, and has taught literature and writing at many area colleges and universities. She is the recipient of a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist’s Fellowship and a Tobias Wolf Fiction award, among others.