5 posts from month 04/2019

5/19 PANEL: "The Working Writer"

Meet the panelists who will be featured in our final event before the summer hiatus: "The Working Writer" The panel explores work life balance issues for professional writers. Our panel will feature three writers with different relationships to work. Thaddeus Howze makes a living with his writing. Paul Corman-Roberts makes a living doing something related to his writing. Peggy Dougherty, now retired, made a living doing something completely UNrelated to her writing. How do you make a living from your writing? This panel will guide writers at all stages of their career to find the best answer to that question. Click through to learn about our panelists and don't forget to RSVP on Facebook.

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See You Sunday + Monday is EarthDay

SUNDAY! Bring a notebook or laptop and get clear on your next novel! MONDAY! IT'S TIME. Post your climate commitment statements online, add #wolfpackwriters. Get and give inspiration. SUNDAY: Members craft & marketing groups start at 12pm; networking from 2-2:30. Our speakers begin at 3 and ... we wrap things up at 4. Catch our speaker, the amazing Beth Barany, ...

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Three Questions for Political Writer Kacey Carpenter

Kacey Carpenter is a community organizer, volunteer, technology innovator, parent, author, and our April Featured Member. Carpenter published his first book, My Journey with Bernie and is working on his second book, Ready, Set, Go Playbook for Candidates, Campaigns, and Causes. In today's post, we ask him three questions about the writer's life.

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Write Angles: April 2019

Read the entire newsletter here The Wind In Your SailsSome words from your captain/presidentIt's spring and today for some reason I am thinking about eggs. Eggs! There are good ones and bad ones; they come before and after chickens; they are delicate and ubiquitous, beautiful in form, mysterious in their inscrutability, and downright miraculous in their function. Eggs are potent symbols ...

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Planning your Novel: an Interview with Beth Barany

Today we have an interview with our April Keynote Speaker, Beth Barany. An award-winning novelist, Master NLP Practitioner, and certified creativity coach for writers, Beth Barany specializes in helping genre fiction writers experience clarity so they can write, revise, and proudly publish their novels to the delight of their readers. Her courses are packed with useful hands-on information ...

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