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The Writers Lunch
Meta Writing and How It Keeps Your Ideas Flowing

Friday, March 19, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

The Writers Lunch is virtually back! This month's topic: Meta Writing. What do you write while you are writing a story, a novel, a history, a biography, etc.? Do you write an outline, character sketches, chronology,  lists, notes, other things? Most writers write about what they are writing while writing it. This meta-writing helps writers think about what they are doing. In this edition of Writers' Lunch, members of the Mechanics Institute Library and visitors from across the country will "Zoom in" and share the hows and whys of their meta-writing. Join us, share, and learn.

The Writers Lunch is a casual brown-bag lunch activity on the 3rd Friday of each month. Look forward to mini-reviews on books that have been added to our "literary craft" collection, informal presentations by member writers, and excellent conversation. Please contact Taryn Edwards if you have any questions. [email protected]


 

Activities

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Future Activities

Mar 3 - 12:00pm

Virtual Tour of the Mechanics' Institute
with Librarian and Historian Taryn Edwards

Mar 4 - 11:00am

Write If You Dare!
A virtual version of our popular drop-in writing group

Mar 11 - 11:00am

Write If You Dare!
A virtual version of our popular drop-in writing group

Mar 12 - 12:00pm

The Making of My Heart Sutra: a world in 260 Characters
with author Frederik Schodt and publisher Peter Goodman of Stone Bridge Press

Mar 18 - 11:00am

Write If You Dare!
A virtual version of our popular drop-in writing group

Mar 25 - 11:00am

Write If You Dare!
A virtual version of our popular drop-in writing group