Birds of a feather have Problems Flocking Together

It’s no secret that writers tend to be a little more introverted than other people. It’s not always easy to get us in the same space and doing the same things. NaNoWriMo can sometimes get a large number of us to work together, but it’s still hard to get writers together. We don’t think that we can really find a space together.But I would argue that at times, we need that physical space together. In older days, writers would get together in coffee shops or bars or wherever people came together to think. A lot of these groups were in colleges.

But I would argue that at times, we need that physical space together. In older days, writers would get together in coffee shops or bars or wherever people came together to think. A lot of these groups were in colleges.Now that I’m out of college, it’s easy to feel this. I know that it’ll be hard to find writers. It’ll be even harder now to really get a group of writers together. I might have to settle for getting them together in the digital realm. But even if it’s hard to get everything together, it’s worth the time and effort to try and figure out those meetings.

Now that I’m out of college, it’s easy to feel this. I know that it’ll be hard to find writers. It’ll be even harder now to really get a group of writers together. I might have to settle for getting them together in the digital realm. But even if it’s hard to get everything together, it’s worth the time and effort to try and figure out those meetings.Writers meeting and talking together is amazing. It promotes a sort of

Writers meeting and talking together is amazing. It promotes a sort of cross-pollination that you won’t get even if you’re reading three different books at once. There will be ideas flying across the room that get snagged and taken and altered and adopted.

Writers should hang out and get together. Talking about their ideas promotes the kind of growth that happens in a classroom setting. It gets us thinking and wondering and adapting to a new world. It keeps the creative mind on its toes.

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