How to Write a Story on a Mac

Oct 12, 2011

This is the Storyist logo and not a piece of clip art.

If the biggest hurdle in your pursuit of the Great American Novel is keeping all your brilliant thoughts organized, and you are a Mac user, then this event is for you. SGVMUG—the San Gabriel Valley Macintosh Users Group—is turning its next monthly meeting at the library into a demonstration, for creative writers, of Storyist, a word processor that outlines, or an outliner that processes words… but with a digital cork board! And formatting features, which are really useful, you know, if you don’t know how to format your movie script or poetry collection, which is actually more important than it sounds—proper formatting is a sorting function that editors and script readers use to junk something without having to actually look at it.

Speaking at the meeting will be Steve Shepard, the CEO and developer of Storyist. A last minute addition to the festivities, Shepard is. The demographic for this event is pretty dialed in. You know who you are.

Creative Writing on the Macintosh
Monday, October 17, 7 – 9 p.m.
Pasadena Central Library
285 E. Walnut St., Pasadena

1 Response for “How to Write a Story on a Mac”

  1. Thanks so much for covering this event. it’s going to be a fun meeting!



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