Is your writing stuck? Join us for a productive writing night. We work from simple, but fertile prompts, and spend most of our time writing. If you are up to it, you can share with the group. We are open to all writers and every genre. We promise you will leave with good material to mine for new and existing projects.
Just show up. You don’t need to bring anything other than your writing tools. We serve light refreshments but don’t be shy about bringing your dinner to enjoy while you work.
We’re graciously hosted by one of the most spectacular coworking spaces in Boston: The Village Works.
And it’s free!
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