Your stories, your community: Write On with fellow authors

October 17, 2023

Calling all wordsmiths and storytellers! Prepare to embark on a captivating journey this fall and winter
with local writer and instructor Jean Rae Baxter and local author and playwright Lyn McCauley.

Write On is an online group where writers aged 18 and above can share their work and exchange feed-
back. The program starts on Nov. 9 and continues on the second Thursday of each month through May

9, 2024.
Registration closes four days before each session, which is when registrants will submit their pieces for
review. Space is limited, with eight spots available each month to allow time for everyone to share their
November’s session is open for registration at
“As an accomplished author herself, Jean understands the challenges and joys of the writing process,”
said Jake Miller, Librarian, Adult Programming, adding, “Write On isn't just about improving your craft
— it’s an opportunity to form connections with fellow authors.”
Local author and playwright Lyn McCauley will lead several sessions following November 9.
“Lyn served as the English editor of FORUM on Corrections Research magazine,” Miller shared.
“Her first novel, Early Release, was published last year.”
For those looking for another opportunity to work alongside other writers, find inspiration and make
progress on writing projects, take the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) challenge and join a
Come Write In drop-in session on Nov. 2, 16 and 28.