June 17 (Wednesday) – Guest interview at the Writers Who Kill blog’s continuing Welcome Wednesday series. I will discuss working with an editor, the process of putting together a story anthology, and a bit about my own writing.
July 1 – 31 (all month) – Written Remains Writers Guild Summer Writing Challenge.
July 13 (Monday) – Grant Writing for Authors – A FREE workshop sponsored by the Newark Arts Alliance to assist authors in writing the various parts necessary in grant and fellowship applications. Included will be writing author bios, project descriptions, and artist statements. TIME: 7:00-9:00 p.m. LOCATION: 276 East Main Street, Newark FEE: None, but registration is required. Call 302-266-7266.
July 27 – Guest post at the Insecure Writers Support Group blog on the Sprint Method of Writing.
August 9 – 23 – Necessary Parts – Online course for writers working on query letters, story summaries, and synopses. This course is sponsored by and open to members of Sisters in Crime’s New England chapter.
September 6- 20 – Master Class in Story Arcs. This online course will be offered through Sisters in Crime Guppy Chapter.
January 24 (Saturday) — Workshop on Plotting and Structuring a Novel, sponsored by The Eastern Shore Writers Association (ESWA) from 9:00 a.m. – Noon in Seaford, Delaware at the Holiday Inn Express. The workshop will focus on the classic Three Act Structure. The workshop is $30 for ESWA members and $40 for non-members. Contact email@example.com to register or if you have any questions. There is limited attendance so please register early.
February 8-22 – Online workshop on Writing Strong Scenes, sponsored by Sisters in Crime New England Chapter.
February 21 – Talk on working with an independent editor for the Delaware Valley Chapter of Sisters in Crime.
March 28 – Writers Project Runway, a 1-day writers conference sponsored by Pennwriters, Area 7. Leesburg, VA.
May 15-17 – Pennwriters Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Info to come.