As of right now, I have 8 young, eager minds signed up for my Oasis fiction writing workshop. That is a perfectly respectable number, but I do still have room for a few more, so if you're interested, here's the original posting for you to read. It tells you how to sign up and gives you the gist of the project.
If you did NOT receive the email with your first assignment in it yesterday (Monday), please check your junk email folder. If it's not there, shoot me an email and let me know so we can figure out why.
This will probably be the last post about the project I make here on Oasis now that we're underway, but if you have any trouble reaching me via email, remember that you can always PM me here.
I meant this to be a forum entry, but what the heck. It doesn't much matter as long as you read it.
Well, thanks to fate, kizmet, a vengeful god, whatever, the original creative writing project that I worked long and hard to create and type up was destroyed when my hard drive crashed on 12/17. I was about to go through the process of recreating it when I had an epiphany. Okay, maybe it was just a good idea, but I like the word epiphany.
For those of you who missed my other follow-up post, I have been computerless for the past three weeks, so I am now in the process of catching up on the huge backlog that has amassed during my forced exile from cyberspace.
I am going to try to keep the other workshop I've announced in the other post strictly for those 18 and under. However, since a couple of you young adults have expressed an interest in doing the project, let's see if we can set one up just for you.
I was wondering if there's enough people/support to compile a book of stories about being a trans teenager. The title of the thread was an idea I had a little while ago, and I thought "there should be such a thing." So, is anybody interested? Pat, I particularly want to hear your thoughts.