• WriteByNight Craft Meetup

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    Hey, WriteByNighters (and others)! We’ve got a brand new Meetup project coming your way in the next two weeks, and we’re very excited about it. We’re calling it WriteByNight’s Craft Consortium. It’s our attempt to connect further with you fellow writers on a subject very near and dear to us all: writing.

    Every two weeks, we’ll host a meetup at a particular location and discuss tips and thoughts on the nature of writing. The first meetup will take place on April 11 at 6:30 p.m. at Rio Rita and will feature ruminations on novelhood, writing, and identity from Don Delillo. Quotes taken directly from the great modern master (from this site: http://perival.com/delillo/ddwriting.html) will be featured, ruminated upon, and considered. We want you guys to come out and offer your two cents, take our two cents, and then spend those four cents on new writing, discussion, and spirit.

    The following meeting on April 25 (same time, same place) will then feature works created by you and others based on the craft lesson from the previous meeting. We want you guys to come and share with us, and we’ll pick some of our favorite new works brought to the meetup and post them on our blog. New works should be no more than two pages, and should center around the craft lesson for the month.

    We really can’t wait for this, guys, and want you to come out and share your thoughts as we share ours on crafting powerful writing. Come one, come all! And most importantly, RSVP here.


    Christopher Savage is a writer living in Austin. He writes poetry, short stories, non-fiction, film scripts, comic books, and one long novel, among other things. He is the founder of the Boho Coco literary zine and blog and is currently attending UT Austin as a Sociology major, English minor. He is survived by his cat Cashew.

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