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and the
Holy Ground:

The Role of Place
in Your Spiritual
and Literary Life

January 28 @ 7:00 PM - January 28 @ 9:00 PM

At Redeemer Offices, 1166 Avenue of the Americas, 16th Floor
Online registration required

Where is the holy ground in your life today?

For our next Writers Monthly meeting on Tuesday, January 28 at 7 p.m., Stephanie Nikolopoulos will lead us through a workshop, "Moses and the Holy Ground: The Role of Place in Your Spiritual and Literary Life." Please RSVP by January 28 at 4 p.m. to ensure access to the building.

In this workshop, we’ll discuss the role of place in your spiritual and literary life as we read the story of Moses and the Burning Bush. Then we’ll go on to do writing exercises that will help you to write setting as if it were a character itself. You’ll be given optional take-home writing exercises that will encourage you to explore how writing in different locations affects your style and content. 

Afterwards, we’ll break into critique circles. Please bring 1 to 2 pages (double spaced) of original writing in any genre for feedback. We will conclude our fellowship with a special time to pray over our creative endeavors.

Stephanie Nikolopoulos coauthored Burning Furiously Beautiful: The True Story of Jack Kerouac's "On the Road" with Paul Maher Jr. Afar selected her travel story "Seeing the Light in Sweden" to turn into an animation for their Travel Tales series in 2019, and the Albany International Airport Gallery selected her "Essay after Visiting the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Written from a Skyscraper" for their Landmarks exhibit in 2018. For more, visit

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