Round 2 of Celebrating Eastern Kentucky, the Morehead Writing Project’s tribute to National Day on Writing, is now underway. Celebrating Writing Eastern Kentucky will spotlight the writers and writing of Eastern Kentucky through conversations about writing; creating poetry, fiction, and narratives; and having fun with writing. Running through the end of October, Round 2 will include #Memes, #FlashFiction, and discussing previous National Day on Writing themes #WhyIWrite and #WhatIWrite.
Celebrating Writing Eastern Kentucky will wrap up at MWP’s 2014 Writing Eastern Kentucky Conference on Saturday, Nov. 8. The celebration will include three rounds of activities and each round will include three prompts: creative writing, word fun, and writing conversation.
Individual writers and groups can participate in person at the location of our campus and regional partners as well as online using the #WEKY hashtag on Twitter, the Celebrating Writing Eastern Kentucky page on Facebook, and the Google+ Celebrating Writing Eastern Kentucky community.
Eastern Kentucky teachers are encouraged to incorporate our activities into their classrooms throughout Celebrating Writing Eastern Kentucky and share the writing that results.
Please let us know how you plan to join the celebration of National Day on Writing here in Eastern Kentucky by completing this form. We intend to spotlight writers and graffiti walls throughout Celebrating Writing Eastern Kentucky and want to recognize all the groups participating.
The Morehead Writing Project will partner with Morehead State University campus partners: the Camden-Carroll Library, College of Education, Department of Communication, Media, and Leadership Studies, Department of Englishand Epsilon Mu, and the Tutoring and Learning Center as well as community partners: CoffeeTree Books and Gateway Center for the Arts. Celebrating Writing Eastern Kentucky is held in conjunction with the sixth annual National Day On Writing (Monday, Oct. 20) sponsored by NCTE and NWP.
Learn more about Celebrating Writing Eastern Kentucky activities on our National Day on Writing web pages, check out the Celebrating Writing Eastern Kentucky calendar, and learn more about how to join the celebration.