William Bernhardt, a New York Times Best Selling Author is holding a Master Class in Little Rock Arkansas, Saturday, November 6, from 8:30 AM – 3:45pm. It will be held at the Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Little Rock, 521 President Clinton Ave, Little Rock AR 72201. The Master Class series was created for aspiring writers… Continue reading Bernhardt Brings Fiction Boot Camp to Little Rock Nov. 6
Steve Berry, feature speaker at Books in Bloom, will also present a workshop on May 16.
Crescent Dragonwagon’s second annual Arkansas Fearless Writing workshop, will take place the weekend of February 12-14, 2010 at the Mt. Sequoyah Retreat Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Laura Parker Castoro was one of dozens of Arkansas writers and celebrities who participated in the 2009 Arkansas Literary Festival in Little Rock April 16-19. Here’s a memento of her contribution to the festivities, a workshop titled “A Little More Sex.” ”Here are a few pictures from the workshop I gave at the… Continue reading Literature and Sex in Arkansas
The Village Writers’ Club of Hot Springs Village will sponsor a six-hour writing workshop on Saturday, March 28, 2009, at Coronado Community Center in Hot Springs Village. Laura Parker Castoro, author and mentor, is the featured speaker. The theme of the workshop is:”How to Create and Sustain a Compelling Story.” During the morning sessions, Laura will deal with the craft… Continue reading March 28 Hot Springs Village Writing Workshop
Velda Brotherton and Dusty Richards will present their annual free workshop on March 14, 2009 at Ozarks Electric, 3641 W. Wedington Drive, Exit # 64, offI – 540. (aka Highway 16/Wedington Road west.) Go ½ mile West, building is on the left. Sign-in will be at 8:30 a.m. Participants are asked to pre-register by emailing either… Continue reading Plan Now for NWA Writers Workshop March 14
Velda Brotherton announces that the Northwest Arkansas Writer’s Workshop has changed its meeting place to the Shiloh Museum Of Ozark History in Springdale. The Workshop meets Wednesdays at 6 p.m. in the old store building on the Museum grounds.
M.H. Collins, author of a newly-published book on how to write local history, is available for talks and workshops in NW Arkansas and neighboring states. Collins is an award-winning author of three history books and over 100 magazine and newspaper feature articles. She was editor of both a national magazine and two regional publications. Write… Continue reading M. H. Collins Available for Local History Talks
The second annual Ozark Writers Live sponsored by the Fayetteville Public Library brought local writers together for workshops, book talks, and writerly conversation. Here are some of the participants and presenters.TOP LEFT TO RIGHT: Marilyn Collins spoke on her new book about writing local history. Pat Carr gave a workshop on fiction writing. Barbara Youree… Continue reading Ozark Writers Live Lively Success
The six-week workshop, Writing for Publication 101, sponsored by the Writers’ Guild of Northwest Arkansas, came to a successful conclusion on Tuesday, February 12. Any future offerings by the Guild will be scheduled later in the year so as to avoid the complications of bad weather.