November 5 – Nonfiction: News vs. Research – mini-workshop with Dennis Evanosky
East Bay historian and newspaper publisher Dennis Evanosky will contrast the role of the journalist with the role of the nonfiction writer. He will address the differences between the deadline-driven reporting of news for a newspaper and the longer-term, research-driven writing for a non-fiction book. He will also speak about receiving unsolicited articles for the newspaper, and how writers can best earn a spot on a newspaper page. He will suggest best practices for writing and submitting news releases and queries for both books and newspapers. Workshop Flyer
To Register: Send a check to the CWC for $9 (members) or $29 (non-members—be sure to include e-mail address) to CWC-BB Attn: Workshops, PO Box 6447, Alameda, CA 94501. Call Barbara Ruffner at 510-845-1617 with questions.
Location: Independence Plaza, 703 Atlantic, Alameda (94501)
Saturday, November 5, 2011 – 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.