Sunday, March 30, 2014

Mt Sac Sixth Annual Writer's Weekend


Mount San Antonio College in Walnut, California
 
Starts at 9:00am · Ends at 2:00pm
1100 N. Grand Ave., Walnut, California 91789

                                                                (909) 274-7500
April 25-27, 2014, Mount San Antonio College will host its sixth annual Writers’ Weekend for aspiring writers from our college, other California colleges, and the surrounding community. Fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction writers: this is your chance to network, workshop, and create.

Manuscript Preparation
If you have aspirations for publishing your work but don't know a lot about how, learn about preparing manuscripts for publication, submitting manuscripts to publishers, and other important information from writers who have published their writing professionally across the country and beyond.
Panels
Our guest speakers will discuss the issues most relevant and significant in the writing community today, such as recent and popular trends in literature and creative writing, topics, and themes writers are currently exploring, the challenges writers face, and where literature may be headed in the future.
Open Mic
Open microphone readings are a great way to celebrate and show appreciation for the work all writers do, and, best of all, there's never any pressure to take the microphone yourself. You can just sit back and enjoy the readings and performances with like-minded souls.
Writers' Day Prizes
Join us in congratulating our Writers' Day Award winners. This is an annual prize open to all Mt. SAC students for work in fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, and critical essays.
What You Will Need
We encourage you to bring the following materials with you to Writers' Weekend:
·        A notebook, laptop, iPad, etc.
·        Pens and pencils
·        10 copies of any work you wish to share during our writing workshops
·        Your work on a flash drive or disc
·        Pocket money
Featured speakers: Bonnie Bearn Hill, Christopher Scott Coe, John Brantingham, Jo Scott Coe
Workshops will be run by Sunny Frazier, Syd Barton, Scott Creeley, Michelle Doughtery, John Brantingham, etc.
Time is running out.
Please sign up by contacting jbrantingham@mtsac.edu or laquino@mtsac.edu
Pizza will be provided for Friday and Saturday. Please bring anything else you would like to eat.

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