The North Carolina Writers’ Network is holding its annual Spring Conference on Saturday, April 13 in UNC: Greensboro’s Moore Humanities and Research Building. It is a day of workshops and discussion with other authors from North Carolina and beyond.
“Animating Fiction” with Lee Zacharias
“Writing Personal Essays and Memoir” with Judy Goldman
“Authors as Entrepreneurs” with Terry L. Kennedy & Ross White
“How to Write Dynamic Dialog” with Quinn Dalton
“Plot: The Shape of Fiction” with John McNally
“Nonfiction in a Stupid Golden Age” with Scott Huler
“Creating Images in Nonfiction” with Cynthia Nearman
“Writing in Circles” with Carolyn Beard Whitlow
“The Risks of Writing Poetry” with John Rybicki
“Self-publishing e-books” with Scott Nicholson
Other events include:
“Lunch with an Author,” a chance to chat with an accomplished writer
Open Mic Readings
A Publishing Panel with Stephen Kirk of John F. Blair, Publisher; Robin Miura of Carolina Wren Press; and Kevin Morgan Watson of Press 53
A hands-on demonstration of traditional bookbinding with Andrew Saulters of Unicorn Press
Fees for the Spring Conference are $99 for NCWN members and $150 for non-members who register through early registration; or $135 for members and $165 for non-members who register on-site as a walk-in. Early registration ends April 7.
Lunch with an Author is only available through early registration due to limited availability, and costs $15 for NCWN members and $25 for non-members.
Detailed workshop and registration information can be found on the NCWN website or by calling 336-293-8844.