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PTW and The Teaspoon Tea Lounge present:


A pop up writing workshop and studio hours experience.


If you’re ready to get your writing off to a strong start in 2019, this experience is for you. This event will include an instructional workshop as well as “Writing Studio Hours” for those with works in progress. That story you’ve been “getting to.” The article you’ve been waiting to pitch. If you’ve been looking for that extra push and a supportive community, this is for you!


The Workshop

Join us for a 2-hour workshop experience with Ashley M. Coleman and Jeneen Owens. Attendees will be given prompts and writing exercises with a focus on the theme “Beginnings.”

Whether you are a fiction writer, essayist, or journalist, we’ll hit a little of everything in this exploration. Simply bring an open mind, paper and a pen, or laptop! All instructional material will be provided. This workshop is open to both professional and novice writers.

Ashley M. Coleman is a author, freelancer, and workshop facilitator. Ashley writes about life, love, and pursuing your goals as a writer on She has guest lectured at Temple University, Blogalicious 8 and The City Wide Creative Summit. Her writing has been published on Apartment Therapy, The Cut,, and more.

J. M. Owens is a writer and workshop facilitator in Philadelphia. Her work has been published in Permission to Write and Love Now Media. She is currently writing her first novel and developing The Teaspoon Tea Lounge.


 Studio Writing Hours

Following the workshop, the remaining 2 hours will incorporate studio writing hours.The coffee shop environment is not always most conducive to writers and nevermind trying to get writing done at home with children, pets, and significant others. Within this intimate space, spend some dedicated time on your work in progress along with an assortment of teas, snacks, and supportive energy from other writers.

Have questions on your work? Feel free to chat with instructors.


Saturday, February 16, 2019


1445 City Avenue

Wynnewood, PA 19096