Last week we held out Spoken Word event in the Black Box theater, and it was a huge success! We had a great turn-out with members from the Creative Writing Club as well as other HCC students. We had over fifteen people perform their pieces, with lots of variety between poetry, monologues, and everything in … More Spoken Word Event
Last week’s meeting was pleasantly filled with lots of eager writers, both regulars and newcomers. Our prompt was Sentence-Building, a creative exercise getting us geared up for the Spoken Word event. To start with, we write a base-sentence, such as The fire alarm went off. For a periodic, you add to the beginning: While we were … More Sentence Building & Spoken Word
The return from break had everyone refreshed and excited for the second half of the semester. With the beginning of Spring and warmer weather (hopefully) in sight, we began preparations for the upcoming Spoken Word on Wednesday April 12th. Inspired by “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird” by Wallace Stevens, the group thought of … More Back From Break
At the last meeting before break, the club did some Exquisite Corpse poetry. Each line was written by a different person, who only saw the line before it. It was a fun and creative way to get everyone involved! We hope everyone has a great Spring Break, and see you on the Wednesday after! Here are the … More Exquisite Corpse
Today’s meeting was slightly atypical with some students working on a prompt while the Pulp City editors discussed the print magazine. We’ve had so many great works submitted, making it a difficult but exciting task. The list will be finalized before Spring Break and then sent off to the Art Department for publication. Submissions that didn’t … More Drama & Flash Fiction Contest
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)