Creativity and The Daily Writing Habit
A Conversation with Chris Baty and Tom Kealey
Part of the Creative Artists Series
Monday October 28th, at 7:15pm, in Meyer Library, Room 220, Stanford University
Join us for a discussion about National Novel Writing Month, the daily writing habit, and bringing creativity into our daily lives. Chris and Tom will also be discussing “Arrowhead,” a collaborative story they are writing through Ensemble.
Chris Baty is the founder of founder of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and has helped hundreds of thousands of writers set aside their fears and fall in love with writing. Chris is the author of No Plot? No Problem! and the co-author of the Ready, Set, Novel workbook. Chris is also a freelance journalist; his writing has appeared in the Washington Post, Afar magazine, the Believer, and Lonely Planet guidebooks.
Tom Kealey is the author of Thieves I’ve Known, winner of the Flannery O’Connor Award, as well as the Creative Writing MFA Handbook. Tom’s work has appeared in Best American Nonrequired Reading, Glimmer Train, The Rumpus, and many other places. Tom teaches Fiction writing, Fiction Into Film, and Creative Expressions at Stanford University.