Today: How to Keep Writing with a Full Time Job

Copied directly from the Berkshire Festival of Women Writers: be sure to check out the last week of offerings. Many fine events!

How to Keep Writing with a Full-Time Job ~ March 25, 2013

Monday, March 25
How to Keep Writing with a Full-Time Job
Led by Kate Laity
Blodgett House, Bard College at Simon’s Rock, 7–9 p.m.

The urge to write inspires many of us, but the practical limitations of a regular life—job home, friends, family—often seem to conspire to fill all the hours in the day. What sleight of hand does it take to find time and motivation to write? Multitasker extraordinaire Kate Laity will offer sensible approaches to time management and practical suggestions for keeping your writing projects on track and moving forward. No magical skills are required.

K. A. Laity, PhD, is the author of Owl Stretching, Unquiet Dreams, Rook Chant, Chastity Flame, and many more stories, essays, and plays. An all-purpose writer, Fulbrighter, überskiver, medievalist, flâneuse, techno-shamanka, Broad Universe social media wrangler, History Witch, and Pirate Pub Captain, Dr. Laity teaches medieval literature, film, digital humanities, and popular culture at the College of Saint Rose in New York.