Ruminate Magazine’s 2022 Poetry Prize

Deadline: May 1, 2022 Entry fee: $20 About the competiton We welcome submissions from both emerging and established writers. Deadline: May 1st, 2022. All entries submitted by 11:59 pm PST will be considered for both the prize and general publication. Final Judge: Rajiv Mohabir is the author of Cutlish, The Cowherd’s Son, and The Taxidermist’s Cut, andMore

The Pleasures of Pompeii: A Day of Creative Writing

This workshop will take place online; Zoom link will be provided via confirmation email upon registration and again the morning of the event About this event Exhibition Workshop The Pleasures of Pompeii: A Day of Creative Writing Hosted by Geoffrey Nutter with a recorded message from New York Times best-sellingMore

Pen to Print- Hear My Voice Creative Writing Workshop with Farzana Hakim

About this event The Hear My Voice, Creative Writing Workshops for Women with Farzana Hakim, author of Sweethearts Of Ilford Lane and editor of Thursday Connectors at Write On! Magazine, are back for yet another exciting course of creative writing and thought-provoking debate. In this workshop, we will be looking back and reflecting through discussion, the people from theMore

How to build great characters

Who reads 300 pages about lifeless characters? NOBODY. Great characters are essential to fiction and memoir. Learn how to create them. About this event How the workshop will help you Think about Tom Sawyer, Scout Finch, Ove Lindahl*, and Scarlett O’Hara. We’re sad when we get to the last chaptersMore

How to write gender fluid characters

About this event Ines G Labarte is a lecturer in creative writing at the University of Wolverhampton. As a freelance writer, editor and translator, she has collaborated with institutions such as Notting Hill Editions, The Northwest Literary Salon, Litro Magazine, Lancaster Litfest, and more. Other experience in the writing andMore

Ekphrastic Writing Workshop; art as the starting point for creative writing

Ekphrastic writing workshop: Using visual art as the starting point for creative writing inspired by Julie Keating and Alison McIntosh exhib About this event As part of The F Project’s first-ever Virtual Writer in Residence program (supported by the folk at Melbourne City of Literature)join us by zoom on Friday 12th November from 7More

Writing a Spy Thriller- The Wolfsberg Deception

So, you want to write a thriller? Great! Join us for this entertaining dip into the premise, plot, and characters with the author, Richard Handy. About this event Writing a spy thriller, especially with a historical setting, can be a challenge. You want your book to be entertaining with allMore