WHAT WE DO
Our writing syllabus is packed with 100% of your bi-monthly allowance of literary nutrition. It will fortify you with new ways of thinking about writing, fill you up with creativity and send you back to your project with your thirst for wordplay quenched. The Quill & Pint workshops encourage writers of all experience levels and genres to push themselves beyond what they think they can be as creatives. We focus on writing fundamentals - we're not a critique group. You'll write a new piece live, in-person, and join the rhythm of a writing circle seething with new ideas.
Marcy Dewey Mahoney
Bryan was a columnist for the Burbank Leader and is the former editor of the Lexington Minuteman in Lexington, MA. He is now focusing on short and long fiction, including a mystery series and an Irish novel, and his stories Buyer's Remorse and Veterans Days were published in two NaNo Los Angeles Anthologies; 2016's 'Meet The Systems," and 2020's "Engineering Chaos,." His story Beyond the Brambles appears in "Dead Keys: Typewritten Tales of Terror." When he's not writing stories for strangers on his 1941 Royal Companion typewriter, Bryan is creating pen-and-ink art. You can see some of Bryan's art on his website, thetypinpint.com. He lives in Los Angeles, California with his wife/best nerd, Marcy, and their two cats, Fergus Hammertime and Fiona Shazam.
Marcy writes the fantastical and the spooky with a hint of the funny. Her debut fantasy novel, Achwilde, was published in May of 2022. Marcy has short stories published in four NaNo Los Angeles Anthologies (4th, 5th, 7th & 8th Editions) and served as an associate editor on the eighth edition. She's also published a series of writing prompt journals designed to help break you out of a writing rut. When she's not wordsmithing, Marcy can be found painting, costuming, or playing tabletop RPGs with a merry band of the Best Worst Heroes. An Ithaca College and animation industry alum, she lives in Los Angeles, California with her husband/best nerd, Bryan, and their two cats, Fergus Hammertime and Fiona Shazam.
Erik's writing explores the impact of the extraordinary on the human experience, whether it's the magical realism of Conjure Seven, or the speculative themes of first contact on the modern world. His short story Light of the Moon
was published in the 2019 NaNo Los Angeles Anthology 'Journeys to Uncharted Lands.' When he's not writing, he follows the work to whatever is interesting in television production or Emergency Management. In the EM world, he's worked for the likes of the Red Cross and LA Metro. In the production world, he ran the Bohemia Originals Writer's Group and spent the pandemic as a Health & Safety Manager (CCO) for Disney General Entertainment.