The Difficulties of Writing from Six Feet Away – Dennis Palumbo
Monday, April 27, 7pm
The coronavirus pandemic has changed all of our lives. We’re cut off from friends and family, worried about our loved ones, and disrupted at work. But at least we have all this extra time to get our writing done, right? Maybe not. Many writers report having difficulty getting words on the page or focusing on their works in progress.
To help us talk this through, the New England Chapter of the Mystery Writers of America is bringing in a renowned expert with unique knowledge and experience. Dennis Palumbo was a Hollywood screenwriter whose credits include the feature film My Favorite Year, and he wrote for classic TV series like Welcome Back, Kotter and The Love Boat. He left screenwriting to become a licensed psychotherapist specializing in creative issues. Dennis also writes the acclaimed mystery novels featuring psychologist Daniel Rinaldi, and he’s the author of the indispensable book Writing from the Inside Out.
Dennis will be in conversation with local writer Jay Shepherd on Zoom this Monday, April 27, from 7:00 to 8:00 pm, including time for some audience questions. Please join us five or ten minutes early to avoid any difficulties logging in.
Our audience is limited to 100 so please register:
While the COVID-19 pandemic has made it impossible for Mystery Writers of America, New England to have its monthly meeting, it has caused many of our members to download the Zoom app and get comfortable online, and that allows MWA-NE to launch its webinar program. The silver lining of all this is that now we can invite guests from all over and our members who don’t live near Boston can easily attend.