And in Local News…Get out your Palouse-leaf notebook

Palouse Write-In

Sponsored by the Palouse Chapter of the Idaho Writer’s League    

Saturday, August 15, 8 am-12 noon

Virgil Phillips Park, Moscow, Idaho

 

7th October 1939:  EXCLUSIVE American writer Ernest Hemingway (1899 - 1961) works at his typewriter while sitting outdoors, Idaho. Hemingway disapproved of this photograph saying, 'I don't work like this.'  (Photo by Lloyd Arnold/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Here a writer makes an Ernest attempt to write to the prompt:  “On the Palouse”

 

What:   Come join the Palouse Writers’ League for a morning of writing among the trees and grasses of the Palouse! You can write at a sheltered table, sitting in the prairie, next to a pond, or in some special spot you find down a trail. There will be opportunities to share what you have written, meet other writers, enjoy some free refreshments, and sign up to join a local writing group.

 

When: Saturday, August 15 from 8–12 noon. Come any time for as little or as much as you like. Reception and open-mic reading will take place at 11:00 at the covered picnic shelter.

 

Where: Virgil Phillips Farm Park, five miles of north of Moscow, on the west side of Hwy 95.

 

Who:     Anyone interested in writing, even if just for a morning.

All ages welcome, this is a Family Friendly event.

 

Why:     We are celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Idaho Writer’s League, by writing of course!

Writing Prompt: “On the Palouse…”      

 

Bring:    Your favorite writing supplies; blanket or chair, if you want to write in the wild.

 

For Questions/Directions Contact: Tanya Gale <palousewritersleague@gmail.com>

3 thoughts on “And in Local News…Get out your Palouse-leaf notebook

  1. Miryam says:

    Don’t think I can make it, but this sounds like a wonderful event & a chance to get acquainted! Give us a report of all the fun you had Thorn! Pictures too!

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