Judy Reeves tucks a sandal-clad foot beneath her as she sinks into her oversized sectional, humbly setting a copy of her new book next to her on the couch. Released on the 10-year anniversary of its successful predecessor, the revised edition of Reeves’ A Writer’s Book of Days: A Spirited Companion & Lively Muse of the Writing Life deserves a place on the How-To—or perhaps the Help-I’m-Stuck!—shelf of any practicing scribe. “This book is for writers,” Reeves says, smiling.
So Say We All has always been a fan of our friends and colleagues at San Diego Writers, Ink, the true writing pioneers of San Diego. This Saturday is the Open Spaces East Village Arts and Culture Event (EVACevent), with 13 total open art spaces in downtown San Diego for you to check out, along with an extensive list of great bars, eateries, and cafes included, topped off with cool street art that has popped up in SD over this past summer.
Whatever you choose to see first, second, or last, make sure that you don’t miss what’s going on at the Ink Spot from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. this Saturday. Drop-ins are welcome for writing groups and prompts hosted by instructors and So Say We All friends Judy Reeves and Rob Williams. Make sure to also check out one of San Diego’s most gifted photographers, Andrew Printer, whose work will be on display at the Ink Spot.
Venture downtown, meet some great writers at a fantastic organization, and get your creativity flowing with San Diego Writers, Ink.
Open Spaces East Village Arts and Culture Event
When: Saturday, September 4th, 2010 from 4:00 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: The Ink Spot, Art Center Lofts
710 13th Street, Studio 210
San Diego, CA 92101