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Sounds Yummy!, but alas, I am on the wrong continent, sigh. Would be great if there was an online way to drop in.
Shame! The first session went very well – lots of laughter and lots of writing
YAY! (And another good reason to get back to England! (My mom was from Bath.) I know I am destined to be there! So glad your experiment is taking on it’s own life from the beginning, and I think it’s a totally wonderful idea! Thumbs up, and keep all of us not there by virtue of distance, posted up, and making plans to get there someway, somehow. I knew you would rock it! Good luck!
Sounds like a great idea! I’ll be interested to see how many drop-ins you get. I live in the Boston area, where there are also lots of pubs. My creative writing classes are always 6 or 8-week sessions, but a ‘writing workshop’ like this one could work too, maybe. Let’s see how it goes for you!
I’ll keep you posted – it is an experiment. The first session last week was a blast. Great atmosphere, everyone wrote, everyone read aloud, everyone laughed…I’ve decided to run it on Bank Holiday Monday. Numbers may be down but I wanted to establish a regular routine as soon as possible.
Love the idea!