• Critique

    Shari's Resturant

    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.

  • Freewriting w/Sharon

    Location visible to members

    Freewriting to prompts is fun and easy and can do more than any other sort of writing practice to develop creativity and a strong writer's voice. Visitors welcome. Bring a notebook and pen and leave your inner critic at home.

  • Edit & Write-in

    Location visible to members

    Meet at Cafe Artista to work on our projects. This is a NaNoWriMo Group from November that continues to meet weekly to edit their NaNo projects. Feel free to drop in and write anytime between 10 AM and 1 PM. They meet in the back room of Cafe Artista.

  • Critique Cohort

    One World Cafe

    Are you and author or a writer on the Palouse? If you're a local writer on the Palouse who's looking for constructive feedback on pieces, graphic design help for book covers, query letter critiques, writing tips and much more, come join us! Pieces for critique will be emailed directly to our attendees. That email will also have list of questions to help direct the critique/discussion as well as some helpful tips to keep in mind while you critique. We'll review 2-3 pieces every week. The rules for the group can be found below! Please email [masked] to join!

  • Edit & Write-in

    Location visible to members

    Meet at Cafe Artista to work on our projects. This is a NaNoWriMo Group from November that continues to meet weekly to edit their NaNo projects. Feel free to drop in and write anytime between 10 AM and 1 PM. They meet in the back room of Cafe Artista.

  • Critique

    Shari's Resturant

    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.

  • Freewriting w/Sharon

    One World Cafe

    Sharon's freewriting group meets at Shari's in Moscow. Freewriting to prompts is fun and easy and can do more than any other sort of writing practice to develop creativity and a strong writer's voice. Visitors welcome. Bring a notebook and pen and leave your inner critic at home.

  • Edit & Write-in

    Location visible to members

    Meet at Cafe Artista to work on our projects. This is a NaNoWriMo Group from November that continues to meet weekly to edit their NaNo projects. Feel free to drop in and write anytime between 10 AM and 1 PM. They meet in the back room of Cafe Artista.

  • The Writing Life: Tools to Survive and Thrive

    1912 Center

    The Writing Life: Tools to Survive and Thrive Writing workshop with author Claire Rudolf Murphy. Saturday, April 13 10:00-12:[masked] Center, Fiske Room To maintain a successful writing life, writers need to grow in their craft, but also develop and maintain an individualized and adaptable writing routine. In this two-hour workshop for writers of all ages and genres, participants will reflect on their writing lives through free writes and discussion on commitment, goals, schedule, support, and focus, as well as defining personal success and handling rejection. Would you like to deepen your voice and unique talent? Please join me. Sponsored by Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators. Admission $12 ($11 for students, $10 for SCBWI members). Preregistration is available at inlandnw.scbwi.org. Seating is limited.

  • Critique Cohort

    One World Cafe

    Are you and author or a writer on the Palouse? If you're a local writer on the Palouse who's looking for constructive feedback on pieces, graphic design help for book covers, query letter critiques, writing tips and much more, come join us! Pieces for critique will be emailed directly to our attendees. That email will also have list of questions to help direct the critique/discussion as well as some helpful tips to keep in mind while you critique. We'll review 2-3 pieces every week. The rules for the group can be found below! Please email [masked] to join!