Join Emily Arnason Casey for one of a series of writing workshops by Zoom.

Join writer Emily Arnason Casey in this online writing salon for writers of all genres and abilities. After the outward nurturing of Summer, Fall is a season of turning inward. This introspection can help us connect with creativity within. Join me for three monthly sessions this September – November: make a commitment to nourish your creative life and explore your voice in writing.  

We begin each session with a short writing prompt to get into the flow. Writers write and share, offering positive feedback and insights. Then we’ll go into a longer writing session and end by reading from our work. This group is meant to offer the time, space, and inspiration for you to generate new writing and connect with your creative self as well as other writers.  

Please contact Jared Jenisch at jared.jenisch@thehowe.org to reserve a spot. Attendance is limited to 10.

Emily Arnason Casey is a writer, teacher, and activist who currently lives in rural Vermont. She graduated from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities with a Bachelors in English Literature and Minor in Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature and earned her M. F. A. at Vermont College of Fine Arts where she studied fiction and creative nonfiction.

Her writing has appeared in The Rumpus, The Briar Cliff Review, Hotel Amerika, The Normal School, Hunger Mountain, American Literary Review, and her essay “Laughing Water” received a notables listing in the Best American Essay series. Made Holy, her debut collection of essays was published by the University of Georgia Press Crux series in literary nonfiction in 2019. Her work has been supported in part by a grant from the Vermont Arts Council. She works with writers as a manuscript consultant, editor, and writing coach.