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June 2019

POETRY MEETS MUSIC: A Collaboration with Midsummer’s Music

June 23 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Write On is pleased to enter our fourth year of collaboration with Midsummer’s Music! Local and visiting poets were asked to create original poems based on music to be played at one of Midsummer’s concerts. Poets were sent a CD of music to be performed the night of their concert, but with no information as to the composers or other details. Poets were asked to write a poem or poems in response to the emotions evoked by the music they heard. Music…

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July 2019

POETRY MEETS MUSIC: A Collaboration with Midsummer’s Music

July 7 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Write On is pleased to enter our fourth year of collaboration with Midsummer’s Music! Local and visiting poets were asked to create original poems based on music to be played at one of Midsummer’s concerts. Poets were sent a CD of music to be performed the night of their concert, but with no information as to the composers or other details. Poets were asked to write a poem or poems in response to the emotions evoked by the music they heard. Music…

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ORGANIC FORM: Seven Steps to Finding Your Plot with Kelly Daniels

July 9 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

You've got a great story. But where to start? Where to end? What to put in the middle? The art of storytelling is the art of choosing, arranging, amplifying, summarizing, and cutting ... in short, it's the act of discovering meaning without form. After a brief lecture, we will move through a seven-step exercise designed to help uncover the organic structure buried within your story. These steps include: Brainstorming narrative events Evaluating whether and event should be dramatized as scene,…

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POETRY MEETS MUSIC: A Collaboration with Midsummer’s Music

July 14 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Write On is pleased to enter our fourth year of collaboration with Midsummer’s Music! Local and visiting poets were asked to create original poems based on music to be played at one of Midsummer’s concerts. Poets were sent a CD of music to be performed the night of their concert, but with no information as to the composers or other details. Poets were asked to write a poem or poems in response to the emotions evoked by the music they heard. Music…

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POETRY MEETS MUSIC: A Collaboration with Midsummer’s Music

July 21 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Write On is pleased to enter our fourth year of collaboration with Midsummer’s Music! Local and visiting poets were asked to create original poems based on music to be played at one of Midsummer’s concerts. Poets were sent a CD of music to be performed the night of their concert, but with no information as to the composers or other details. Poets were asked to write a poem or poems in response to the emotions evoked by the music they heard. Music…

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August 2019

THE GREAT BELIEVERS: A Special Book Discussion

August 13 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Please join Write On and Door County Library for a conversation about Rebecca Makkai’s highly lauded novel The Great Believers (National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize finalist, winner of the ALA Carnegie Medal and LA Times Book Prize), led by Write On resident Zoe Zolbrod (Currency, The Telling). The Great Believers is set in contemporary Paris and in 1980s Chicago, with a significant plot line occurring in Door County. Zoe, who’s in a writing group with Rebecca, will have interviewed her prior to the…

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POETRY MEETS MUSIC: A Collaboration with Midsummer’s Music

August 25 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Write On is pleased to enter our fourth year of collaboration with Midsummer’s Music! Local and visiting poets were asked to create original poems based on music to be played at one of Midsummer’s concerts. Poets were sent a CD of music to be performed the night of their concert, but with no information as to the composers or other details. Poets were asked to write a poem or poems in response to the emotions evoked by the music they heard. Music…

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