Upcoming Events

Hello friends! Wherever you are, we hope you are staying safe, healthy and creative

during these long, trying months. While MoonLit will continue to be on hiatus for the foreseeable future,

MoonLit Founder Kristen Zory King is excited to share the following virtual creative programs

in 2021 and 2022. Learn more or sign up below! 












































Plus - community workshops, resources and more!

Check out these great organizations, programs and events 

and support the arts in your community! 

Loyalty Bookstore

Solid State Books

Capitol Hill Books

DC Writers Salon

The Writer's Center

The Inner Loop


Barrelhouse Magazine

Old Town Books 

Greedy Reads

Charm City Books

The Ivy Bookstore

Ink Press Productions

Yellow Arrow Press

Fear No Lit

Writers & Books

Readings on the Pike

Mason Jar Press




Scholarships available for all workshops, along with alternative payment methods.

To learn more, email MoonLit.Kris@gmail.com. All DC programs from October 2019-September 2020

are generously supported by the DC Commission on Arts and Humanities. 

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Words on the Page: A Generative Writing Workshop 

September 27 - November 1


Sometimes the hardest part of writing can be, well, writing! Whether you’re feeling creatively blocked, overwhelmed by the outside world, or just want to turn a new page, forget the editing, say goodbye to your inner critic and rekindle the joy of putting words on the page in this judgement-free, generative writing workshop with Kristen Zory King. Each session writers will be given a variety of writing prompts and exercises of all genres along with time to write and share new drafts. Writers of all levels and genres welcome and encouraged.

Learn more or sign up here.

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(Re)Kindling: A Three Part Creative Series

October 2021 - April 2022

Pricing Varies

(Re)Kindling is a three part series presented by Amanda McCormick and Kristen Zory King, offering a creative atlas designed to help writers reconnect to their practice. Through three distinct, nurturing, and highly curated offerings including a creative toolkit released in the fall, a three-day virtual retreat hosted in the winter, and a four week workshop in the spring, (Re)Kindling will help creative thinkers generate new writing, interrogate and reconnect to their creative impulses, and rekindle to joy of the artistic process. Participants can choose to participate in each offering piecemeal or conjointly, choosing the path that best suits their creative needs. 

More details coming soon!