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October 2018 Writers’ Night

Upstairs Wine Bar, 2417 W Colorado Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80904
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM Get Directions

Writers’ Night is two full hours of discussion, laughter, and fun with other local members of Pikes Peak Writers. The direction of the meeting is decided by the participants and can include discussions about query letters, obtaining and working with an agent, writing conferences, or other specific points of the craft.  If nothing else, we talk […]

22 Oct

November 2018 Open Critique

Falcon Police Station 7850 Goddard St., Colorado Springs, CO 80920
6:00 PM to 8:30 PM Get Directions

Need some fresh eyes on your literary masterpiece or just want to learn how to critique? This free program is for you. Open critique offers a positive small group experience where participants are critiqued, and in turn, learn to critique other’s work. PPW’s Open Critique is facilitated by Robert Spiller, who will provide suggestions on […]

7 Nov

November 2018 Write Drunk, Edit Sober

Bar K 124 E Costilla St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903
6:30 PM to 9:00 PM Get Directions

Please join Deb Courtney for Write Drunk*, Edit Sober on the second Wednesday of every month. We start at 6:30 PM will run until approximately 9 PM. It is located in the lower level of Bar K in Downtown Colorado Springs. The basic format is improv writing followed by discussion of critical techniques useful in unpacking improv […]

14 Nov

November Write Brain: Web Presence 101

Library 21c - 1175 Chapel Hills Dr, Colorado Springs, CO 80920
6:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. Get Directions

You’ve got a product and you want to market it. Where do you start? Should you create a Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter presence and be done with it? Sure, social media is a great marketing tool, but they are not a replacement for a product website. If you want to be successful, you will need […]

20 Nov

November 2018 Writers’ Night

Upstairs Wine Bar, 2417 W Colorado Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80904
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM Get Directions

Writers’ Night is two full hours of discussion, laughter, and fun with other local members of Pikes Peak Writers. The direction of the meeting is decided by the participants and can include discussions about query letters, obtaining and working with an agent, writing conferences, or other specific points of the craft.  If nothing else, we talk […]

26 Nov

December 2018 Open Critique

Falcon Police Station 7850 Goddard St., Colorado Springs, CO 80920
6:00 PM to 8:30 PM Get Directions

Need some fresh eyes on your literary masterpiece or just want to learn how to critique? This free program is for you. Open critique offers a positive small group experience where participants are critiqued, and in turn, learn to critique other’s work. PPW’s Open Critique is facilitated by Robert Spiller, who will provide suggestions on […]

5 Dec

December 2018 Write Drunk, Edit Sober

Bar K 124 E Costilla St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903
6:30 PM to 9:00 PM Get Directions

Please join Deb Courtney for Write Drunk*, Edit Sober on the second Wednesday of every month. We start at 6:30 PM will run until approximately 9 PM. It is located in the lower level of Bar K in Downtown Colorado Springs. The basic format is improv writing followed by discussion of critical techniques useful in unpacking improv […]

12 Dec

December Write Brain: PPW Holiday Bookie Party!

Library 21c - 1175 Chapel Hills Dr, Colorado Springs CO 80920
6:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. Get Directions

PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE: EARLIER IN THE MONTH THAN USUAL! What’s a bookie party? Books and cookies! It’s time to celebrate another year in our writing journeys, take a break in a hectic month, and connect with your writing family. We’ll have a comical and creative group writing game to keep your authorial juices flowing, […]

13 Dec

January 2019 Open Critique

Falcon Police Station 7850 Goddard St., Colorado Springs, CO 80920
6:00 PM to 8:30 PM Get Directions

Need some fresh eyes on your literary masterpiece or just want to learn how to critique? This free program is for you. Open critique offers a positive small group experience where participants are critiqued, and in turn, learn to critique other’s work. PPW’s Open Critique is facilitated by Robert Spiller, who will provide suggestions on […]

2 Jan