Get ready to race against the clock in this wildly creative team writing challenge! Your mission: in a single evening, work together to brainstorm, plan out, and write a full-length short story, complete with compelling characters, an exciting plot, and maybe even a few surprise twists! While each writer will contribute their own scenes and their own voice, the story has to fit together into a coherent and satisfying whole. Through this madcap, fast-paced workshop, you’ll experience a snapshot of the full writing process—and witness firsthand the ways that collaboration and fearless speed-writing can fuel creativity and make writing more fun than ever.
Pizza and drinks will be provided by the Library. Please note the late end time for this event.
About Noah Weisz: Noah Weisz is a fiction writer and dedicated educator with an M.F.A. in Creative Writing and over nine years’ experience helping students of all ages unleash the stories they have inside. Noah’s own writing for children and young adults has been widely published in literary magazines and has won the Sydney Taylor Manuscript Award, the Katherine Paterson Prize for middle-grade fiction, the SCBWI Magazine Merit Award, and the F(r)iction Short Story Contest. He is also a three-time finalist for the Bath Children’s Novel Award. Originally from Washington, DC and a recent arrival in Paris, he currently teaches creative writing workshops and courses at several venues including the International School of Paris and Collège Sévigné. You can find out more about him here.