PenPaperWrite provides writers with the tools that they need to write those two simple, yet powerful words: "The End."
We meet the first and third Monday of every month and provide a dynamic and respectful environment for you to share your work and gather feedback from other writers. If you’re not quite ready to share your work, you may choose to listen to others and give your comments. And although we encourage participation, you’re welcome to simply observe. We also offer Saturday and online workshops that teach our 60 Scenes Writing Method.
The purpose of PenPaperWrite is to provide you with tools to help you finish your story and make it as dynamic and robust as possible in the process. In doing so, we provide the following:
• The PenPaperWrite 60 Scenes 1 Day Workshop, an intense six-hour workshop which covers storyboarding, scenes, moving characters through external and internal arcs, and much more. Find out more and Register Here. (This workshop is separate from our regular Monday meetings.)
• Writing "games" at the start of each Monday Meetup to stimulate conversation and creativity
• A growing community of supportive, dedicated writers who are on the same path as you
• We encourage our members to sign up for our mailing list to receive weekly articles and notifications about upcoming workshops. Our signup is available here.
Without support from others, writing is like breathing in a vacuum. Don’t suffocate. Join us and breathe.
PenPaperWrite Writers Group - a Community of 1000+
Nov 21, 2016 · 7:00 PM
MeetUp: Super Moon Short Fiction
Over the ages the moon has figured prominently in literature and it will be closer to us on November 14th than it has been in the last seventy years. So let’s celebrate... Learn more
Nov 7, 2016 · 7:00 PM
MeetUp: Still Scary
Think the scary left with November? Think again. Or write, maybe. Bring us that story you wrote for Halloween and maybe tucked away for next year. Ghosts, zombies,... Learn more
Oct 17, 2016 · 7:00 PM
Meetup: First Lines=First Impressions
Talk about the weather? Maybe dialogue can work? Or how about just jumping right into the action?
You’ve probably heard all the rules about opening your novel, but the... Learn more
Oct 3, 2016 · 7:00 PM
Meetup: Metaphorically Speaking
A good metaphor is a gem in your writing. Join us and pick one from Column A and one from Column B to build your very own (almost) original metaphor.. We'll explain it... Learn more
Sep 24, 2016 · 10:00 AM
The Better-Than-Ever 60 Scenes 1-Day Workshop
RSVP now for the 60 Scenes 1 Day Workshop!
Payment is required in advance to reserve your spot. Only 10 seats available.
How does the plot... Learn more