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Writing with Molly: A Judgement-Free Space to Write & Connect
November 9 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
If you write, you’re a writer!
Join with others to support your process and learn what makes compelling writing. Bring a blank notebook and your favorite pen or pencil – or your laptop. We’ll write together in this informal, judgment-free space. Sharing is optional.
- For age 16 and older, at least 6 must register to hold the class.
- The group will meet the 2nd Thursday evening a month through Feb. 2024
You might not call yourself a writer, but you are! If you write emails, cover letters, grocery lists, text messages, meeting agendas, or gentle reminders to yourself, you’re writing! Maybe, just maybe, you’re wanting to write poetry, longer fiction such as short-stories, or creative nonfiction. Or perhaps you’re wanting to strengthen your business writing such as writing blogs, catchy product descriptions, and other website copy. Regardless of the medium, good writing needs to grab the reader’s attention. To support this writing process, join thisinformal, judgment-free writing group with Molly Ritvo. We will learn a bit about what makes compelling writing (hint: it’s emotion!) and then write together. Sharing is optional.
Molly Ritvo is a writer and author living in Burlington. She has been writing for her whole life, beginning when she was selected as the class poet in the 1st grade. Her work has been published by Upstreet Literary Magazine, Tiny Buddha, Elephant Journal, Mother.ly, PJ Library, At the Well, and more. She has worked as a freelance writer, a communications specialist for many different organizations, and a journalist. She is currently writing her debut novel and working as a communications’ consultant and grant writer. She also serve on the board of the directors at OZ.
Learn more about Molly at mollyritvo.com.
“The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or touched, they are felt with the heart.”
– Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince