Bring yourself and some of your writing to share to our weekly in-person meeting at the Blodgett Creamery Coffee Saloon. If you can, please buy something to support our great hosts so we can continue holding meetings here.
We are using a read-aloud format. If you wish to have your work critiqued, please bring a short piece or chapter (about 2-3 double-spaced pages) to read out loud to the group. It can be any genre, including non-fiction or … Continue reading
The Missoula 9 Bridges group is meeting online. Please join us on the first and third Sunday of every month at 2PM. RSVP here, then join us on Zoom at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6291446588?pwd=RzVUTWR3d2ZaRng1ekNMdjVJcXN4UT09. You will have to download Zoom prior to the … Continue reading
PORTLAND, OR on Jitsi 4:00pm to 7:30pm Pacific https://meet.jit.si/MondayNightCritique Who's the group for? Writers with current active projects, or a backlog of writing projects, seeking opinions from writing peers about flow, hook, issues with, or questions about style, pov, structure... … Continue reading
We meet weekly and promote an atmosphere of completing your project goals and hash out any questions that arise. We enjoy sparking creativity to finish your writing project, whatever it may be--novel, short story, poem, memoir, comic, screenplay, etc. More … Continue reading
We are using a read-aloud format and meeting on Zoom. If you wish to have your work critiqued, please bring a short piece or chapter (about 3-5 double-spaced pages) to read out loud to the group. It can be any … Continue reading
PORTLAND, ORCORONAVIRUS VERSION: We are doing a virtual version of the Write-In... using Jitsi at https://meet.jit.si/TilikumWrite-InYou can learn about Jitsi here: https://jitsi.org/what-is-jitsi/Tuesday Evening Write-In is a great way to brush the dust off that story you've always wanted to write but never … Continue reading
PASADENA, CAWith the current situation, 9 Bridges has purchased a Zoom account to hold online meetings. Here's the link:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84501091287?pwd=Wk9xbGg5MXBweTlqcnQrSW5JS1N1Zz09 (passcode is 172107). NOTE IMPORTANT CHANGES. . . Unfortunately, the “read aloud” format isn’t working very well since we rely on … Continue reading