UW-Madison workshop open to all writers. 12+ workshops.
Please join me and other authors (including my colleague Laurie Scheer) at this fun event in Mineral Point, Wisconsin. Workshops, presentations, good food and more in a quaint and vibrant historic town with great shops and galleries. When I was in high school (Barneveld, Wis.), our marching band marched through these streets. I played the clarinet. http://swwibookfestival.com/
This event is for all novelists—new or advanced. There are two tracks and loads of workshops, plus critique groups that give you valuable feedback on your first 10 pages. I’m rolling up my sleeves and teaching here as well as leading critique groups. The main workshop day is Saturday, Nov. 9, $125. If that’s not good for your schedule or budget, consider coming to the Friday evening workshop on how to create a great author voice or character voice in our $35 workshop. Sponsored by UW-Madison Continuing Studies and held in Madison at Pyle Center, 702 Langdon St. on Saturday, and Lowell Center, 610 Langdon Street for the Friday night and Sunday morning events. http://continuingstudies.wisc.edu/lsa/writing/weekend.htm
I’ll be presenting a workshop at this annual Midwest conference. It’s for beginning and advanced writers. Lots of agents coming. Held at the Concourse Hotel, Madison, Wis. To get on the email list, contact director Laurie Scheer, University of Wisconsin-Madison Continuing Studies, firstname.lastname@example.org. Or learn more at continuingstudies.wisc.edu/lsa/writing/awi
Held in Madison, Wis., and sponsored by UW-Madison Continuing Studies and Dept. of English. I’m leading a Master Class for novelists with completed or nearly-completed manuscripts, all genres. Hurry! I can take only six writers. Fee is $750. Your entire novel gets critiqued. We meet each day 9:30-12:30. Contact me directly about details or check out our website, continuingstudies.wisc.edu/lsa/writing/wbtl. Christine DeSmet, email@example.com.