Another opportunity to get on the NaNoWriMo train!
A free workshop at the Fort Collins Old Town Library on October 28th from 6:30-8:30 pm.
The National Novel Writing Month kicks off in November. Are you ready to pound out some pages? This workshop is geared toward new writers who’ve always wanted to write a novel, but have never found the time to do so. You’re not alone! In two hours, we’ll cover: setting expectations and goals, understanding basic story frameworks, and tools to maintain motivation. Participants will walk away with game plan and by November 30th, have 50,000 words of a first draft!
FREE at the Estes Valley Library October 10th from 7-9 pm
August 24, 2019
Did you miss this popular session at the NCW 2019 conference? Did you attend and want more? Here's an opportunity to get down and dirty about freelancing; a hands-on interactive workshop on the nuts and bolts on how to get paid for your writing. No question too silly! This intensive session will help identify areas you want to write about, provide examples of winning pitches, what to look for in contracts, how to invoice, share spreadsheet examples, how to research potential markets, and why freelancing can be fun. Treat writing as a professional business and customers will want more. A small-class atmosphere will provide meaningful interaction and you'll walk away with a game plan.
Northern Colorado Writers Conference
May 4-5, 2019
Conference presenter. Topic: The Business of Art
2018 FOCO Book Fest
Support local authors! Fort Collins writers take center stage throughout the day at Art Lab Fort Collins to share their writing and sign books during this community reading.
Reading: Victoria Floats