Write Out (#writeout) is a free two-week event, organized as a series of online activities where educators, students, and the public are invited to explore national parks and other public spaces to connect and learn through place-based writing and sharing. The theme of this year’s event is Palettes, Storyboards, and Cadences and will run from October
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As many of you expressed, it may be more important than ever to get outside and write, to sit in communion with others and tell stories, and to create with what is in front of us and then give that back to the world.
The second week of Write Out begins today, October 18th and will run through to the end of Sunday the 25th. We want to start off celebrating all the wonderful shares over this past week, and also get ready for this week’s big day—The National Day on Writing on October 20th.
Welcome colleagues and friends! Write Out begins today, October 11th and will run through the 25th. The theme of this year’s event is Stories Around the Campfire which connects to the National Park Service theme for October.
Write Out is just around the corner and we can’t wait to see what everyone has to share! We officially start this Sunday, October 11, but we wanted to give you an idea of what to expect.
Sometimes, we plant seeds and wait for flowers to bloom. Write Out is a bit like that. Two weeks of activities and events, with the National Day on Writing right at the center of it all, can arrive like a stiff prairie wind, and then, before you know it, it’s over. However, like those seeds,
This curated archive is from the second Twitter Chat for Write Out 2019. Here is a direct link.
Write Out is an online invitation to connect with activities and collaborative spaces for teachers, park rangers, and writers, and is hosted and sponsored by the National Writing Project through a partnership with the National Park Service. It begins today, July 15 and runs for the next two weeks. We invite you to start Write