16 Jun

Writing Through the Senses

Posted in MFA and Beyond, Teaching, Writing Through The Senses

As promised, here is the third project.  I mentioned in a previous post that I was teaching a creative writing class in NYC, starting next Tuesday.  Then I thought, why limit the class only to people in NYC or people whose schedules fit class time?  That’s when I came up with this plan. 


Welcome to Writing Through the Senses Wednesdays!

Starting next week and going for five weeks, I’ll be posting a condensed/modified version of my class on this blog.  We’ll have all sorts of goodies like links to readings and fun exercises to get the creative juices flowing.  I’m also hoping to get some discussion going on the weekly topics, which is where you come in.

If want to qualify for the Writing Through the Senses Challenge, just follow these simple steps:

  1. Post a comment below so I know you’re participating in the challenge.
  2. Post a link on your blog, if you have one (optional, but you’ll get an extra contest entry)
  3. Read the Writing Through the Senses posts (5 Wednesdays, starting next week) and post an on-topic comment.

That’s it!  Easy, right?

Prize:  One bright, shiny and new Moleskine notebook and a few surprise goodies.

One week after the challenge is over, I’ll announce a winner (most likely selected by using the ultra-scientific method of picking a name from a hat).

Think this sounds like fun?  Then join the challenge.


Comments on this post

  1. Ghenet says:

    Sweet! I'll do it. I'll post a link on my blog later today :o)

    1. Michelle Davidson Argyle says:

      Nice! I'd like to participate. 🙂

      1. gabi says:

        Yay! Welcome to the challenge Ghenet and Michelle.

        1. salarsenッ says:

          Hi! I'm excited. This is neat. Great idea. Posted you in my sidebar. http://writersally.blogspot.com/. C U Wendesday.

          1. gabi says:

            Woot! Thanks for the link in the sidebar WTTS is a "coming event" now! I'm excited. 🙂

            1. Julie Musil says:

              What a great idea! Thanks for doing this.

              1. sonia says:

                This sounds interesting! I'm excited to participate.

                1. gabi says:

                  Welcome aboard Julie and Sonia!

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