Research & Writing: Where to Start, What to Do, & When to Stop
Saturday, November 9, 2013 • 9 AM–noon • Instructor: Margo Dill
Almost any book you write or article you query requires some research—from historical facts to police procedure to various breeds of animals. Research is fun, but you have to stop somewhere and write the manuscript. This workshop provides advice and tips on researching a subject, when to stop, and when to get writing. Margo also includes ideas for organization and a reality check about just how much research makes it into a book. The workshop is hands-on with time for short writing prompts and brainstorming on a current work-in-progress. Click here to register online for this seminar.
Business Writing & More: Creating Marketing Materials
Saturday, November 16, 2013 • 1–4 PM • Instructor: Dianna Graveman
Write and build compelling, eye-catching business brochures, newsletters, ads, and infographics—a valuable skill set for solopreneurs/entrepreneurs, marketing professionals, and freelancers. Click here to register online for this seminar.
Writing for Dollars: Earn Income as a Freelancer
Saturday, December 14, 2013 • 1–4 PM • Instructor: Dianna Graveman
You’ve written a short story or have a great idea for a magazine article or personal essay. Now what? Where and how can you get it published and earn money for your work? Find places to publish, choose a market for your story, pitch an article, and more. Come away from this class with a wealth of information about how to start writing for dollars. Click here to register online for this seminar.