No, I'm not talking about watching Stanley Kubric films at odd times of the day.
And no, I'm not trying to quote the movie Clueless. As if!
For the next nine weeks, I'll be helping to run a weekly writers' workshop. It's the same workshop that nurtured my early attempts at poetry and prose, and let to writing fiction. But this time around, I'm a leader in the group. *Gulp* I'm kind of nervous, because I'm basically a self-taught writer of fiction and poetry. (Ooh, maybe now is the time to whip this little certificate out!)
I wonder when that "imposter" feeling will go away.
Anyway, because I'll be devoting several hours a week to this workshop, you'll notice that I'll be pretty sporadicus with my blog posting. (Remember, purposeful misuse of silly words is charming, not idiocy. Or so I tell myself.)
How about you? Have you had a chance to mentor budding writers, or been part of a writing workshop?
Do you suffer from Imposteritis when it comes to hanging out with other writers?
Don't forget to stop by Laura Diamond's blog, where she answers this month's Sisterhood of the Traveling blog question! Next week, I'm up. :)