Second Sunday Free Writers' Workshop
Sunday, March 10
Sunday, March 10
"Self-editing/Grammar Boot Camp"
Antioch Writers' Workshop and Books & Co are offering the next Free Writers' Workshop on March 10, 2:00-3:30 p.m. at Books & Co at The Greene. The topic will be "Self-editing/Grammar Boot camp!" led by Kate Geiselman and Rebecca Kuder.
The seminar will aid writers in need help polishing a manuscript (fiction or nonfiction) for submission to a publication, agent, or contest. The "Self-editing/Grammar Boot camp" will give writers tips to simplify the process and maybe even make it fun!
Kate Geiselman's essays have appeared at Salon.com, The Rumpus, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, and elsewhere online. Several of her essays about teaching have aired on NPR stations on The Story with Dick Gordon, an American Public Media production. Her first short story, "She's not There," was the winner of the Dayton Daily News/Antioch Writer's Workshop short story contest, and her first novel is in progress. She teaches writing at Sinclair Community College.
Rebecca Kuder is the Creative Writing Concentration Chair at the Individualized MA program at Antioch University Midwest (AUM). She has taught and designed courses in creative writing, curriculum design, and academic writing. Rebecca has published several stories, essays, and poems. While currently seeking a publisher for her novel, The Watery Girl, Rebecca is finishing a new novel.
Join Kate and Rebecca to learn more about the self-editing process at Books & Co at The Green on March 10 from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m.. No reservations are required for the Second Sunday Free Writers' Workshop, but expressed intention to attend is appreciated. Call Books & Co at The Greene at 937- 429-6302.
For more information about Antioch Writers' Workshop or the Second Sunday Free Writers' Workshop, visit http://www.antiochwritersworkshop.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Antioch Writers' Workshop will be held July 6-12, 2013 in partnership with Antioch University Midwest and with support from the Yellow Springs Community Foundation; Ohio Arts Council; The Frank Pace, Jr. Foundation; and WYSO (media sponsor).