EVENT: Free Writing, Marketing, and Researching Workshops at #PALitFest
“If I rest, I rust.” This maxim is true for all of us, writers included!
Key to the Pennsylvania Literary Festival’s mission of educating and informing the public is providing growth opportunities for writers of all skill levels. Our workshops are offered in a small classroom setting, conducive to interaction. With this idea in mind, the seating capacity for each workshop is 22 people. Registration is first-come, first-served, and should be completed online.
Not a writer? Not a problem, workshops are open to the public and free of charge.
"Intimate Scenes for Improved Fiction"
Presented by: Marian Szczepanski
Friday, May 30, 6:30-7:30 PM
Focus on characterization, setting, physical detail, and situational conflict to write intimate scenes for compelling fiction. Includes handout/writing exercise.
"If I can do it, so can you: A no nonsense no gimmick approach to marketing your book"
Presented by: Eric Beebe
Saturday, May 31, 10:00-11:00 AM
Discuss how the cornerstones of basic marketing—like promotion, engagement, and audience—can provide authors and small publishers with an edge in today's dynamic marketplace.
Presented by: Carla Anderton
Saturday, May 31, 11:00 AM-Noon
Calling all authors and other creative professionals: Learn invaluable tips and techniques for effective public speaking in any situation.
"Joy of the Unforeseen" about Writing and Ideas
Presented by: Jody Spedaliere
Saturday, May 31, 1:00-2:00 PM
"The Joy of the Unforeseen" will focus on the positive aspects of experience as it is applied to the creation of poetry. Participants will devote their energy and talents in constructing poems which resonate from the positive and often overlooked aspects in their lives.
"The Shortest Stories Ever Written: Where to Find Them and How to Write Them"
Presented by: Lawrence C. Connolly
Saturday, May 31, 2:00-3:00 PM
This workshop will consider the shortest stories ever written and determine what makes them work.
"Writing Deep POV"
Presented by: Ann Kopchik
Saturday, May 31, 4:30-5:30 PM
Deep POV provides an overview of POV, then dives into what makes Deep POV intimate—and how to achieve it.
Presented by: J.L. Gribble
Saturday, May 31, 7:00-8:00 PM
This is not your high school English class! Learn some obscure grammar rules and pick the brain of a professional technical editor.
“Relaxing the Mind, Body, and Spirit for Writing” [Yoga Workshop]
Presented by: Cathy Kumor
Saturday, June 1, 12:30-1:30 p.m.
Writing demands focused attention that is only possible when proper care is given to the mind, body, and spirit. A primer on yoga will give writers a tool in awakening creativity and rejuvenating the whole self.
“Digging Up Your Roots: Genealogy”
Sunday, June 1, 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Genealogy is the vehicle for an exciting journey into the past, introducing a person to ancestors whose lives have shaped his or her own life in some way. This workshop demystifies genealogical research and shows participants that this hobby can be accessible to everyone.
Sunday, June 1, 2:30-3:30 p.m.
A library is so much more than a place to borrow books! Explore the rich resources that exist within your community libraries, and the ways in which libraries are evolving every day to remain vibrant and relevant.
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