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The Soft Launch of Storybuilding & Under/Over/On
Posted July 30th, 2014 @ 3:55 pm EST

As many of you know, I've been at work on an online presence for my privately taught creative writing classes. I've named the overarching company Storybuilding, and I've created its parent website. It's in beta! I'd love for you to take a look at it: I'm open to feedback: design, readability, color scheme, ease of access, confusion, frustrations, typos, glitches, etc. If a critique comes to mind, and you think it might help the site, I would deeply appreciate your thoughts.

One more thing: I'm launching a Saturday morning writing series called Under/Over/On. You can read more about it here. The idea is that a quiet Saturday morning, a cup of joe, a pencil, and a work of artin combinationcan radically shake up perspective, ideas, and ultimately inspiration.

I designed it in the hope of creating an accessible, free event that ignites creativity through language and art. Anyone may come, and it will always be free. Just register for a spot in advance. It's in line with CreativeMornings, but I wanted to create a conversation in an intimate setting where all artistic disciplines can come together. The location will shift with each event, as will the instructor and theme. The first iteration of Over/Under/On is Saturday, 8/23, 9:30 am at The High. You can register for it at this link. We will meet outside around Rodin's "The Shade" for 60 minutes. Coffee and a discussion will precede a silent guided writing session.

The High will be the soft launch for Over/Under/On. On a side note, I know that the event is early AND on a Saturday morning, though I do hope that these things might be a draw and not a detractor for folks who want to work on art for the rest of the day. And I'll be serving up coffee (the good stuff)!

I'd love for you to register and come. There's something special about having friends, and friends of friends, present for the debut of a project. If you feel compelled, please pass the link along to another creative soul or post about it on social media. Tickets are limited to 20 spots in the interest of keeping the event intimate.

I'm excited to finally bring these projects to fruition. They've long been buried in my consciousness.


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