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The local Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators hosts a monthly Kidlit For Grown-ups Book Club where they discuss the artistry and craft of children's writing. You do not need to be a member of SCBWI to attend. Participants are expected to read the book before attending.
If you are interested in participating, contact Annette Pimentel at [masked]
***TIME AND DATE CHANGE***
Class meets on Fridays at 6 pm starting Friday, September 9th.
Course meets in-person and will continue meeting every other Friday for seven sessions, concluding with the last session on Friday, October 22nd.
Learn To Write Fiction: World-Building
Learn how to create cultures, languages, the physical world and its maps, aliens and other creatures, as well as magic systems and technology for your sci-fi or fantasy novel in this 7-week course.
This free course is offered by Peer 2 Peer University (P2PU). The focus of P2PU classes is peer learning. Information, reading materials, and homework are presented by a course facilitator. Classes are not taught and the facilitator is not an instructor. Course facilitators are members of the class who organize materials and assist in leading discussions. Participants are expected to learn from the readings and each other through collaborative social activities.
Dates: Friday, September 10th thru Friday, October 22nd
Time: 6:00 pm
Location: Potlatch Library, Conference Room, 1010 Onaway Rd, Potlatch, ID 83855
Facilitator: Khaliela Wright
Space is limited to 10 people and pre-registration is required. To register contact the Potlatch Library at[masked] and leave a message for Lana.
This is a NaNoWriMo Group from November that continues to meet weekly to edit their NaNo projects.
To join use the #kenyories tag on our Discord server "Moscow-Lewiston." (this tag apparently times out). The server is for Nanowrimo, but I'll keep it going year-round now because of the pandemic.
Discord Link: https://discord.com/invite/yjzxTqjtUx
Find up on Facebook
Moscow Nano user: https://www.facebook.com/moscow.nano
Moscow Nano Writers group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/515107062167429
Nanowrimo Moscow page: https://www.facebook.com/nanowrimomoscow/
We have people watching all of those. We also have a twitter presence.
This is a dedicated critique group that meets in the back of Shari's. Meet at 6:30 PM for dinner, critiques usually start about 7:00 PM. They mostly focus on novels and longer works, but short stories are also welcome. Fiction/Nonfiction okay. If you come, bring copies of your work with you to pass out to be critiqued at the next meeting.