Free Public Event! Every THIRD FRIDAY of the month!
May Open Community Writing Session
with Adam Grabowski
When: 6-8pm Friday May 18, 2018
Where: Commons Coworking in Williamsburg MA
Come join our next Open Community Writing Session at Commons Coworking! Meet fellow writers and make some strides on your own creative work in the supportive company of others. The first hour will be jam-packed with fun and engaging writing exercises and activities designed to get your creative juices flowing. The second hour will be reserved for independent work, followed by sharing, craft-related questions and discussion, and mingling with fellow writers.
Walk-ins welcome, please RSVP if you know for sure you'll be joining us.
Directions: We're on the top floor of the Helen E. James school building, right in the center of Williamsburg. Street address is 16 Main St, Williamsburg. The building number and Commons Coworking sign can be hard to see, but it's the only multi-story brick school building right in the Williamsburg town center. There is a small parking lot, and you can enter through the side door, which will be propped. (Elevator is available as well.) Follow the Pioneer Valley Writers' Workshop signs!
ADAM GRABOWSKI is an MFA candidate in the Creative Writing program at the Vermont College of Fine Arts. His poetry has appeared in Off the Coast, Beech St. Review, DMQ Review, Drunk in a Midnight Choir, The Naugatuck River Review, Wilderness House Literary Review, Black Napkin, Voicemail Poems, and elsewhere. His poem “Aphorism,” has been included in anthologies by jubilat and The Rattling Wall. Adam received his MSW from Westfield State University and was an organizer and poet with the mighty Northampton Poetry, where he ran a bi-monthly workshop. A Hampden County Rep. for masspoetry.org, he currently lives and works in Holyoke, Massachusetts with his wife and two daughters www.adamgrabowskipoetry.wordpress.com.