PRISM PEN STORM 1


Update: This Event has been Cancelled.


PEN STORM Workshop 1 – PRINTING IDEAS TO PAPER – Completing Your First Body of Work

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If you didn’t know already, the PRISM Collaborative is hosting its first PRISM Pen Storm this week. The PRISM Pen Storm is Workshop, Showcase, and Co-working space for writers of all areas and levels. Our first installment is Wednesday, July 03, 2019 from 5PM-8PM and focuses on helping writers craft and complete their first body of work. You’ll get advice from 3 published authors, food & drink and a 4/20 Friendly space to work on your writing! Tickets start at $10, but they won’t be that low for long!

You can get tickets at our EventBrite or via PayPal (PayPal.me/PRISMImages) or Cash App ($JuwanJHolmes, $hheartless00). We can’t wait to see you there!


A. A. Heron is the Assistant Curator of Media at the PRISM Collaborative. He is leading the instruction of the workshop portion of the PRISM Pen Storm. He published his debut poetry book, Heartless, in 2018 and is completing his second book now. Heartless is described as “A collection of poetry designed to highlight the life of the author.”


Chantel K. Watts, founding member and the Executive Wordsmith of PRISM Media, is a creative working toward her bachelor’s degree in English with a media focus and a minor in history. Chantel writes poetry, stage and screen plays, fiction, and creative non-fiction and has published two books of poetry – In My Mind (2016) and Edward’s Libretto (2018), in addition to being a philanthropist, educator and public speaker. In her own words, “The most important thing to me is to always radiate love.”


Armani Dae is a 29 year old published photographer and author. A travelling freelancing artist, his work sheds light and brings awareness to many different important life aspects such as “Transgender Rights and Equity, Self Love, Respect, Honesty, Equality, Community, the importance of art and the expression of life through it.” His first photo book, Exposed Truth [Hope After 20 Publications] is based on the trans experience and the exhibition of the same name.


Meta.DEN is a POC-only space that highlights queer trans/gender non conforming creatives of color. We vend products from local artisans, feature visual artists monthly, host events /rituals, offer private sessions from local practitioners, and provide co-working space. We are a gathering place centered on the healing, joy, and growth of our QTPOC community.

Update: This Event has been Cancelled.