Hello and welcome to the official MPL Writer’s Group blog!
The MPL Writer’s Group is a creative writing group that meets virtually and in-person every first Tuesday in Morrill Public Library’s Small Meeting Room, 6:00-7:00 PM CST.
Whether you are an experienced writer or new to the writing field, or if you are just curious about the writing process, there is something for everyone in the MPLWG! Our main online meeting hub is the Facebook group MPL Writer’s Group Hangout, which you can access by clicking here.
Keep a look out for more blog posts and updates. We can’t wait to meet you!
Writing Prompt #1 – What Is Your Work In Progress About?
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Summer Hiatus Update
The MPL Writer’s Group will be taking a summer hiatus for hybrid lectures until September 5th, 2023. We thank you
MPLWG Hangout Information
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A Short Social Media Platform Guide For Writers, Part 3
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A Short Social Media Platform Guide For Writers, Part 2
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A Short Social Media Platform Guide For Writers, Part 1
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Does Word Count Matter?
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A Beginner’s Guide To Poetry
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Why Writers Need An Official Blog
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Self-Publishing vs. Traditional Publishing
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Protagonist vs. Antagonist
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Plotter, Pantster, or Plantser?
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Show, Don’t Tell
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The Benefits of Notebook Paper
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Why A Fellowship of Writers Is Important
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