Scribente Maternum Upcoming Events

Join our ongoing community any time inside our membership space.

Summer Writing Circles and Writing Course Previews

with Scribente co-founder Rachel Berg Scherer

Various days and times in July: see registration links below

Online

Cost: FREE

 

Learn from a professional writer and English teacher.

Polish your craft. Write more efficiently and effectively. Enjoy a community of support.

Registration is now open!

Writing Circles: Find Your Place

Register here for Wednesday, July 14, 7-8pm EDT

Register here for Friday, July 16, 2-3pm EDT

Writing Course Previews: Find Your Inspiration

Register here for Monday, July 19, 7-8pm EDT

Register here for Thursday, July 22, 2-3pm EDT

Writing Food and Identity

with Lesley Téllez

Friday, September 10

Online

2:00 - 4:00pm EDT

Cost: $27

 

How does food inform our identities and those of the characters we create -- or report on -- in our writing? In this session we'll explore the ways we can successfully weave food into our writing, and why it's important, both from a storytelling and a cultural perspective. We'll touch on food writing and storytelling as a way to combat erasure, a way to reflect on loss, and a way to challenge dominant narratives. We'll also generate new material that will leave us all feeling inspired to write more about food.

Lesley Téllez is a journalist, fiction writer, recipe developer, and entrepreneur in New York City. Her cookbook Eat Mexico: Recipes from Mexico City’s Streets, Markets and Fondas is her love letter to the four years she spent living in Mexico’s capital. For ten years, Lesley was co-founder and owner of the top-rated tourism company, Eat Mexico. Lesley's writing, which mostly explores Mexican food and identity, has been published in Food & Wine, Bon Appetit, TASTE, Eater, and The New York Times, among others. Find her on Instagram & Twitter @lesleytellez.

Register here for this one-of-a-kind event!

Remember Your Mother

A retreat experience centered around Native American spirituality

October 1-2, 2021

Minneapolis, MN and online

Welcome to a weekend of self-discovery. A time to connect to something greater, to become more grounded to the Earth, and more centered in our writing, for our children, and to ourselves.​

Learn more, including tentative schedule, location, and special guests.

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