Everybody has writing that they’ve been avoiding. Slay the beast!
Whether you’re plugging away at a book, a business plan, lines of code, your resume, or a letter to your elected officials, writing is easier in good company.
Join us for a night of not checking Instagram—and meet some neighbors while you’re at it. We’ll have The Village Works’s snacks, coffee, and productivity-optimized workspace to help us knock it out.
And if your creative writing is stuck and needs a boost of inspiration, come over early for Rekindle Your Craft at 6:30PM. Daphne Strassmann leads this free, monthly prompt-driven writing workshop. It’s low-key and accessible to writers of all levels. Learn more at rekindleyourcraft.com.
Tickets are free but limited!
The Village Works is a neighborhood coworking space in Brookline Village with meeting rooms, and events, and flexible memberships for shared workspace.
Certain books were “banned in Boston” at least as far back as 1651, when one William Pynchon wrote a book criticizing Puritanism.