Come share observations about the quirky, silly, deep, and meaningful things in life that not only entertain on the spot, but also contribute to a great store of facts and tidbits I draw from in developing character, setting, and plot in my fiction writing. From time to time, participate in innovative improvisational writing exercises. It’s all fodder for fiction!
-Lisa Lipkind Leibow
Lisa Leibow’s latest manuscript is a 2017 Novel Finalist in Pirate’s Alley Faulkner Society’s Faulkner-Wisdom Contest. She’s a merit-based grant recipient and resident at the Vermont Studio Center, the winner of Pitchapalooza D.C. and an honorable mention in the John Gardner Award for Best Character Description. She earned a master’s in writing at Johns Hopkins University with a concentration in fiction. Her work has appeared in CommuterLit, Diverse Voices Quarterly, Eleven Eleven, Folly, Griffin, Mullberry Fork, NoVA Bards, Pisgah Review, Red Rose, Rougarou, Sand Hill Review, and Sanskrit. She lives, writes, and teaches writing in the DC Metropolitan area. She’s You can learn more about Lisa at www.LLLeibow.com