Our last day for submissions of Pulp City (the print magazine) is next Wednesday, February 22nd! Send your poems, monologues, short fiction to firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered for print publication! Don’t miss out! We held our meeting yesterday in our normal meeting space in Don 360 as the Black History Month Spoken Word event had … More Pulp City Submissions, Yesterday’s Meeting, Social Media, and more!
Our Wednesday meeting was a relaxed and open one with new and familiar faces. We started with a warm-up prompt: You decide to actually read the Terms & Conditions to a product and discover some wacky guidelines. After going over some business, we went right into writing. Some students went with stories they were already … More Open Line Wednesday! (sort of)
The club met on Wednesday at the Club Expo. Our prompt was simple: observe the people coming in and out of the Expo. It was fortunate that our table was right by the door to the building, so there was a constant flow of various people to see. Dave gave us some prompts to use … More People Watching
The Creative Writing Group will have its meeting at the Club Expo in the Forum Lobby in the Fine and Performing Arts building. Come write with us! Or just stop by to say hi! You can get some information about the club, Pulp City, and even a prompt to start writing!
This past Wednesday was the first meeting of the Creative Writing Club of the Spring semester. There was good mix of friendly faces as well as new ones! Our settle-in writing started with remembering back to certain points in our lives where we were in difficult situations or crises. It could be a specific moment … More Looking Back
Writing is everywhere! Whether it’s a 200-page novel or a 140 character tweet, writing shapes our lives and allows us to express our thoughts and feelings to the world. Everyone has a story to tell, and the heartfelt truths of those stories are what makes us unabashedly human. Because of the outstanding quality of the … More The Blog is Back!
Last Wednesday, we held our every-semester Flash Fiction Contest. We got great entries – nearly everyone got at least one vote from at least one of the judges, so the results could have gone a lot of ways. We gave everyone the following 4 prompts and told them to go wherever they wanted with them… … More Flash Fiction Contest!