Hello, writers of all stripes!
It’s the moment you’ve been waiting for: the Liquid Arts Writing Workshop is back for our first in-person event since the beginning of the pandemic!
The Liquid Arts Free People’s Writing Workshop is open to any type of writing: poetry, fiction, non-fiction, screenplays, scenarios, etc. Additionally, the workshop offers supportive critique in both literary and performative aspects of any work.
Did you finally write your 1,000-page masterpiece in the last year and a half? Start it and give up after a few pages of scribblings? Fear not, we’re open to all levels of experience. We have the sharp eyes and positive attitudes you need to get the creative juices flowing!
Participants are encouraged to bring a maximum of 2 poems or 2 pages of prose. You will take turns workshopping your material with several other writers, so you can receive feedback from a variety of perspectives. Give your writing a chance to grow into what it deserves to be.
We will fully comply with all COVID-19 safety protocols. Writers will be assigned 4 to a table with plenty of space in between.
Painting: “Etheridge Knight and The Free People’s Poetry Workshop” by Stephen Stoller, 1990.