38Write—my global writing initiative—is a monthly series of online writing adventure workshops for place-passionate, culturally curious writers around the world. Each writing adventure focuses on one particular aspect of craft or the writing life (for example, writing kick-butt descriptions), and during each 38-hour adventure, writers connect with me and 38Write writers around the world via a Twitter hashtag and a group Pinterest board. Lots of good work getting done.
Tomorrow—Saturday, September 29—#38Write | Square Peg, Round Hole? launches! This is the fourth writing workshop in the #38Write monthly series and I’m looking forward to reading what the writers get on the page this time around. 12 writers in 8 countries will be looking at their square peg, round hole (and roundish peg, round hole) experiences around the world and, of course, writing:
- S. Korea
Since using Pinterest in the workshop worked so beautifully during the July and August workshops, I’m using it again, and #38Write writers are already pinning on the group #38Write | Square Peg, Round Hole? Pinterest board. (Check it out here.)
Looks like we’re ready to go. If you’re curious about #38Write, you can check out the conversation among writers this weekend using the Twitter hashtag: #38Write.