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Let’s get to know each other. Take a few minutes to read each other’s introductions and the writing they shared, and comment with a little note.

Florina Falce’s Writing Goals for 01/11/21

My goal for the week is to write about something positive that can balance the effect of the chaos from last week (on a personal level) and write a chapter on the flowers. There is so much we can control.

Adam Robinson’s Writing Goals for 01/11/21

I need to write my article about Milwaukee Kitchen. Tall order. I'll be happy if I complete the Write Away prompt on Saturday. I DO want to write a review of "The Sunlit Night" though. Quiet movie, unassuming in its critique of art's bombast.

Michael Owen

It took a couple of decades to figure out what kept drawing me back to watch "The Matrix" 11 times when it first came out. I haven't read "The Artist's Way" (yet), but I had a therapist who told me about "morning pages" and asked me to start doing them while we worked...

Florina Falce

Sharing my most recent essay about art. Inspired by a visit to Andy Warhol exhibition in London in a pandemic year, it brings to light a personal perspective to a universal question - is art essential? https://theartofeveryone.com/art-essential-or-non-essential/ If...

Meghan Phillips

Blurb: "Final Girls Late-Night Running Club" will make your heart race and your breath catch. A chilling look at what happens after the slaughter, and the unexpected price these young women pay for survival....

Adam Robinson

I'm not actually participating in this workshop, but as a way of testing things out, here's my howdy-do. (On a technical note, I apologize that links we paste in aren't made live. You'll have to copy and paste or right click. There's a glitch I hope to fix soon ...)...

Amy McDaniel

Here's something very very old -- one of my first publications, in the lovely journal Matchbook. It seems easier to blurb something from a very different time in my life. Blurb: Nervy and unnerving, "New Money" distills the feeling in early adulthood that one is too...