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Writer Meet- Ups
Belchertown Writers group moves ONLINE
To addend these kinds of meetings, you need a webcam, or a smartphone with a camera.
An Evening of Art & Poetry - April 17 - Northampton Center for the Arts
Dreaming on the Page videoconference workshop
Dreaming on the Page videoconference workshop:
SPRING SESSION, 5 Weekly, Online Meetings:
Thursdays, April 16-May 14, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. US EST
with Tzivia Gover, MFA, author, and Certified Dreamwork Professional.
Everybody dreams and everybody has a story to tell. Through dreams and writing, we can access the deep wisdom of our dreaming minds and supercharge our writing for personal growth, publication—or both. Open to writers of all genres, whether they remember their dreams or not.
EARLY ENROLLMENT SPECIAL: $195 for 5 sessions before April 1 ($245 after April 1)
Nerissa Nields writing it up in the garden
The Mt. Chocorua Writing Retreat returns to World Fellowship Center July 5-10, 2020
The Mt. Chocorua Writing Retreat returns to World Fellowship Center July 5-10, 2020, offering a five-day opportunity to work on a writing project with the support and company of other writers. Writers at all levels of experience, and working in all genres, are welcome. Visiting authors (Mariahadessa Ekere Tallie, Julia McKenzie Munemo, Lisa Bunker, and Ellen Meeropol) will share their work and facilitate mini-workshops and sharing sessions.
For more information visit https://worldfellowship.
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Consultation w/ Gail Thomas
I am available for individual consultation on your poetry submissions, manuscripts and residency applications. With more than 40 years of publishing and teaching experience, I offer feedback that not only focuses on your writing goals, but also strengthens your craft. If you are assembling a chapbook or full-length manuscript, I will work with you to organize and present your best work for publication.
Manuscript Consultations and Editing Services with Jan Freeman
With 40 years of editorial experience, I am available to review works of prose and poetry, including full-length manuscripts, chapbooks, and selected collections. Through multiple readings, I evaluate literal and emotional narratives and a manuscript's organization, texture, shape, tension, and emotional flow. I am author of 3 books of poetry and co-editor of Sisters: An Anthology; from 1995–2018, I directed Paris Press (now an imprint of Wesleyan University Press), which published critically acclaimed books by Emily Dickinson, NBCC award winning Ruth Stone, Virginia Woolf, and many others.
Jan Freeman, email@example.com
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