How to Keep Your Creativity Cycle from Drying Up: Make the most of the juice you’ve got!
Whether you’ve recently made the shift from hobbyist to creative professional or are simply unhappy with your rate of creative production, it can be extremely frustrating to feel like all of your creative juice is drained when all you want (or need) to do is create. Learn how to meet personal and professional deadlines by making the most of the juice you have, as well as introduce ways you can refresh your creative mind.
Note: 'How to Keep Your Creativity from Drying Up' is one workshop in a series of Writer in Residence Workshops. Each workshop stands alone, and you are not required to attend all of them. Take a look at all the other workshops here:
- The Basics of Storytelling and How to Complete a Novel: A Young Adult Workshop
- The Ins and Outs of Outlining a Novel
- Editing 101
- The Querying Process
- Tips to “Making It” in Publishing
Fall 2023 Writer in Residence - Amy Lukavics
Join us for special Writer-in Residence creative writing workshops from September through November. Amy Lukavics, Prescott Valley’s Writer-in-Residence, is the Bram Stoker Award-nominated author of The Ravenous. She also published Daughters unto Devils, The Women in the Walls, and Nightingale, with works published in middle grade, young adult, and adult horror fiction. Pre-registration is required for these workshops.
During Amy’s time as Writer in Residence, Lukavics will offer one-on-one writing consultations and writing workshops at Prescott Valley Public Library to help aspiring authors learn new skills in the craft of creative writing and publishing. All experience levels are welcome and is open to teens and adults.
Learn more about Amy Lukavics on her website here: Amy Lukavics Website.
Some notable titles:
- The Ravenous
- The Women in the Walls
- Daughters unto Devils
Saturday, October 7, 2023
1 PM- 2:30 PM
Prescott Valley Public Library's Glassford Hill Room (1st Floor)
More info? 928.759.3040
This project is supported by the Arizona State Library, Archives & Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State, with federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
We cannot guarantee that food served at this program has not come into contact with tree nuts, soy, or other allergens.