What’s this show about?
One prompt, a thousand possibilities. Join KB Carle, El Rhodes, Lindz McLeod and Sage Tyrtle for two hours of inspiring writing. Four very different writers respond to the same prompt – what different worlds will we create?
How will the show work?
Sage will give a writing prompt, and all four writers will respond. At home, you get to respond too. The four writers will read the results of their work, and Sage will randomly pick one volunteer from the audience to share their response to the prompt. We’ll keep on writing words until the two hours are up, and everyone goes home with AWESOME new writing, inspired and cheerful.
Where did this show come from?
Sage Tyrtle and her illustrator son never miss Illustration Isolation, an online show that features up to six artists responding to the same prompt. Although Sage is a writer, not an artist, she found watching the dramatically different responses to the same prompt so inspiring that she began to wonder if she could set up a similar show specifically for writers.
Who’s in the Prompt Crew?
K.B. Carle lives and writes outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her stories have appeared in Had, Good River Review, Bending Genres, Waxwing magazine, and have been nominated for Best of the Net, Best Small Fictions, and the Pushcart Prize. She can be found online at http://kbcarle.com or on Twitter @kbcarle.
El Rhodes is an archaeologist who also writes. Her prose has appeared in 40 anthologies, has placed in more than 60 competitions, and can be read in a wide range of journals. Recent work has been nominated for the #BIFFY50, the Pushcart Prize and the BOTN. She tweets @electra_rhodes
Lindz McLeod is a queer, working-class, Scottish writer who dabbles in the surreal. Her prose has been published by/is forthcoming in Hobart, Flash Fiction Online, the New Guard, Cossmass Infinities, and more. She is a member of the SFWA and is represented by Headwater Literary Management.
Sage Tyrtle’s work is available or upcoming in X-R-A-Y, Pithead Chapel, and Cheap Pop among others. She started writing on an IBM XT in 1986, had an online journal in 1995, a podcast in 2005, and hasn’t owned a smartphone since 2014. She hopes she’s still an early adopter, but this time of an analog-based life.
When does this show happen?
February 5, 10 AM EST / 3 PM GMT / 8:30 PM IST
How long is this show?
How is this show presented?
This show is online, live, and interactive. We’ll gather on Google Meet, which is very similar to Zoom and has built-in closed captioning. I will send you the link for the show two days before it happens.
Will this show be recorded?
No, this show will not be recorded.
What is the Crow Collective?
Crow Collective workshops are by the writing community, for the writing community. The prices are low so they are more accessible, and there are two free spots (if needed).
Registration: Opens January 1, click here to grab your spot.