Pen-to-Paper

Windmore’s Pen-to-Paper Writers meet to share different genres, discuss publishing, perform readings, and to encourage young writers. The group uses art, music, writing exercises, and drama to stimulate creativity. Authors offer constructive criticism and support. New or experienced writers are welcome. Pen-to-Paper writers published Windmore’s fourth anthology, In Other Words in June 2017.

Meetings for Pen-to-Paper are the first Tuesday of each month at 10 AM to Noon in the Windmore Office at 303 S Main St. Call 540-547-4333 for more information.

Pen to Paper News & Events

Pen-to-Paper Authors’ New Books

Books make excellent gifts. Windmore writers appeal to every age. Support local arts with your purchase now and throughout the years. Co-Authors: Cynthia Siira  and Julia White Pen-to-Paper member, Cynthia Siira, is co-author of The Meek Shall Inherit. The Meek Shall...

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Narration and Perspective Seminar

  Presenter: Lucie-Gabrielle Jolicoeur-Rousseau Location: Online Workshop: This workshop is divided into two sessions.  Please make sure you can attend both sessions and participate in the writing/feedback activities. The cost includes both sessions. Session 1 is...

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Verbs: A Tense Topic

The Narrative NOW of your story, whether it is in the Past or the Present, affects your choice of verb tenses. In this online seminar, we will discuss what each choice entails, how to stay consistent throughout a story, and how to use the different forms more...

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Fifth Writers Workshop: Close Narration

Fifth Writers Workshop: Close Narration  Part 1: April 21, 2020, 10AM-2:30PM, Culpeper County Library Part 2: April 28, 2020, 10AM-2:30 PM, Culpeper County Library Give your reader ‘the feels’. Make your readers live the story and connect to your characters by...

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Sally Humphries: UNSUNG HEROES

Sally Humphries: I started this book in Massachusetts in 1973 with the question: How did thirteen disjointed colonies form a new nation when they were held captive by the all-powerful British empire?  And aside from Washington, Adams, Franklin, and Jefferson, who...

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About the Author: Lois Griffin Powell

Lois Powell loves writing all types of stories but especially children’s stories. Four of her poems were published by The International Poetry Society in their poetry anthologies. She has also written articles for local newspapers. Lois is a member of the Windmore...

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Mailing Address:

Windmore Foundation for the Arts
P.O. Box 38
Culpeper, VA 22701

Office Phone:

540-547-4333

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