Arkansas author and writing coach Marilyn H. Collins is offering a writing workshop at the Fayetteville Public Library on December 4, 2021, from 10 am until noon. This workshop, “Whose Story Will You Tell?” is targeted to non-professional writers who want to collect “remember-when” stories of the kind told at family gatherings. Participants will learn… Continue reading Family History Workshop at FayLib 4 December 2021
Three days of authors, speakers, master classes, pitch sesions, books, and more—September 4-6, 2020. An annual conference, WriterConf, offers the best of all things writing in Oklahoma City at the historic Skirvin Hotel. Best part: YOU choose whether to attend IN-PERSON or VIRTUALLY. Details of your options at WriterCon 2020.
Since 1997, the Story Circle Network, a non-profit exclusively for women writers, has provided learning/writing opportunities in memoir, reminiscence, journaling, fiction, poetry, family stories, kitchen table stories, writing-as-healing, writing for personal growth and spiritual development, poetry, and other areas. Story Circle teaches general writing skills, organization, and critical editing, as well as technical skills in book… Continue reading Story Circle Network Offers Summer 2020 Online Classes