Saturday Workshop: How To Whip Writer’s Block

Writer’s block is an all-too-frequent complaint from aspiring and professional writers of all genres. If it hasn’t hit you yet, it probably will sometime in your writing (or student) career — maybe sooner than later.

Hopefully you’ll recover. Somehow.  Some way.

The issue is what to DO about writer’s block when it does inevitably hit you.

None of us are immune to writer’s block. Unfortunately, never having been hit by writer’s Block, and/or having been hit by writer’s block once (or twice) does not make you immune to being hit with a case of writer’s Block in the future.

Let’s talk more about our dirty little secret disease and explore ways to eliminate writer’s block with Gary Lawrence, short story author and GCC CRW instructor.  Gary will present ten steps any writer can take to loosen the grip of writer’s block, building upon his Writerly Advice post on the same subject.

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Analyze and discuss Gary’s short story “Writer’s Block” in the second half of this participative workshop. Read the story HERE before coming to the workshop, or read the story at or before the workshop (copies provided). Gary will read the story out loud if enough time is available, and will field your  questions regarding the story and his writing process for this story from the author’s point of view.

This workshop is free and open to the public. Light refreshments provided (BYOC = bring your own coffee or beverage).

  • What: How To Whip Writer’s Block, by Gary Lawrence
  • When: Saturday, February 8th from 9:30AM to 12:00PM
  • Where: GCC Main Campus, Room LA-141
  • Why: Writer’s block is like termites around here: You either have them or you’re going to get them sometime soon.

 

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