ALASKA WRITERS GUILD PRESENTS ALASKA AUTHOR LARRY KANIUTJANUARY SPEAKER
Tues. January 19th 7pm, at BARNES & NOBLE
Free & Open to the Public
Join us at the Fireplace at Barnes & Noble for an evening with Larry Kaniut, speaking on "Evolving Up the Writing Ladder," how he became author of nine books. And you thought bears were scary! Just wait to hear how Larry navigated getting published!
February 16th: Rod Perry, author of Trailbreakers. March 16th: Bob Nicoll, author of Remember the Ice.
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WRITING SEMINARS WITH PROFESSOR LEE GOODMAN
The Alaska Writers Guild is offering a series of seminars on writing and the writing process. These seminars will be a mixture of craft-talk, workshop and theory designed for the dedicated and/or aspiring writer. They'll be challenging and enriching, making use of examples from well-known works of literature to illustrate how we can hone and improve our craft. Each seminar will be six hours, taking place over two sessions, three hours each.
Character Development, Plot, the Personal Essay, Beginnings, Good Writing
Initially these seminars will be offered in Anchorage and Wasilla, but other locations may be added. Lee Goodman, holds an MFA in creative writing from Bennington College, and studied fiction in the graduate writing program at Boston University. His work has appeared in The Iowa Review and Orion Magazine. His novel Cliff Nesting is in production at University of Alaska Press. He has taught at University of Alaska Anchorage, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska Pacific University, and he was visiting writer at Interlochen Academy for the Arts.
BROUGHT TO YOU BY ALASKA WRITERS GUILD, Benefiting PUBLISHED AND UNPUBLISHED WRITERS THROUGHOUT ALASKA
WRITE. CONNECT. LEARN. ALASKA WRITERS GUILD.
Posted: December 30, 2009
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