Building a Creative Writing Practice is a workshop designed to help creative writers build and maintain a creative writing life. The workshop explores creating a solid writing practice that fits your lifestyle and personal commitments, understanding procrastination and using concrete methods to combat it, learning ways to keep yourself accountable to “showing up” and getting the writing done, and creating personalized schedules for your practice and/or projects.
About Beth Goldner
Beth Goldner is the author of a short story collection (Wake) and a novel (The Number We End Up With), both published by Counterpoint Press. Her work was well received by the Boston Globe, Publishers Weekly, New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, and Orlando Sentinel. Her stories have appeared in a variety of literary journals, most recently The Baltimore Review, Westview, and Northern Virginia Review. She has taught creative writing at Rosemont College and Boise State University.
6000 Kirkwood Highway
Due to library restrictions, attendees must be 18 or older, or accompanied by an adult.