With Stephanie Mojica. We will discuss ways to actually read your own work to find errors and create your own writer’s style guide. The class will go over common errors even seasoned writers make, and why spell check programs are not always reliable resources for proofreading and editing. The content applies to writers of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, stageplays, and screenplays of any length. Register now for How to Edit & Proofread Your Own Work.
With Lisa Haneberg. Every author needs a platform – the online presence that allows anyone in the world to find them. Author Lisa Haneberg will lead a 6-week hands-on class that will help you create a platform that attracts and engages your target readers and prepares you to sell your books. Open to fiction and nonfiction writers. Register now for Building Your Author Platform (Spring).
With Jennifer Mattox, Carnegie Center Kentucky Great Writers Series Coordinator. If you're serious about your writing, you'll want to hear some helpful tips before you attend the Carnegie Books-in-Progress Conference. We’ll discuss how to pitch to an agent, what to expect from the First Page Critique Panel, and ways networking with the literary community can benefit you. Register now for Conference Prep: The Pitch, First Page Critique, & More.