Abandon hope all ye who enter here: Anita Marie Moscoso and Jade Leone Blackwater team up in Seattle, Washington

Attention Seattle writers: I am partnering with Anita Marie Moscoso of Owl Creek Bridge and Irregular Bones to create a new writers group in the Seattle area.  We’re still in the planning stages, and selecting our meeting dates, times, and venue(s).

For those of you who aren’t familiar with A.M.M., you’re missing out.  Anita beams with curiosity, creativity, and possibility.  She seems to be a super-natural source of inspiration – just a little light lunch down the way from Ye Olde Curiosity Shop left me chewing on new ideas for weeks.  Anita is full of wisdom, humor, and true generous spirit.  I can’t wait to get our group started!

We invite other writers in the Seattle area to contact us and join our new group.  Also, be sure to stop by the Owl Creek Bridge to explore Anita’s work… (and watch out: I may be haunting her pages soon!)

PS – If you’re a writer in Pennsylvania, be sure to visit the Pennwriters Area 6 HQ blog for news, events, and resources for writers.  New authors will be joining us soon!

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4 Responses to Abandon hope all ye who enter here: Anita Marie Moscoso and Jade Leone Blackwater team up in Seattle, Washington

  1. Anita Marie says:

    Hi Jade!
    I wanted to add that you gave me a lot to think about too and I’m really excited about this group and for the chance to work with you.
    See you soon
    Anita Marie

  2. JLB says:

    I can’t wait!

    Until next time…

    JLB

  3. porchsitter says:

    Hi Jade,

    Just read Waking up Dead Girls on Anita’s blog. What an extraordinary poem—you express such empathy for the lost. It made me want to gather them up and offer hope and consolation.

    I wish I lived in your area (NJ girl here) and could join your shared writing group. It’s going to be tremendous. Good luck with it and have fun.

    Barbara from Soul Food — Now to check out your blog little more—oooh, art, too! Sweet.

  4. JLB says:

    Greetings and welcome! I also wish you could join us in Seattle… however, if you’re in the Trenton area, I might be able to connect you with a few writers on the PA side!

    Thanks for stopping by… I’m off to explore your blog now too!

    JLB

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