Whatever your passion, the 2012 Paris Writers' Workshop offers a creative week of practical guidance and inspiration, as well as real-world tools for the craft of writing, staying current in publishing trends, getting noticed ... and getting published.
Join us in Paris from June 24–29 for this exceptional opportunity. PWW is the longest running (22 years!) and most well-respected creative-writing workshop of its kind.
Here's what you'll experience during the week:
- Morning small-group workshops with the writer-in-residence of your choice, depending on your genre. You'll work with this writer/group every morning, with discussions, writing exercises, and review/critique of your work in progress.
- Afternoon panels and workshops for the entire workshop community, focused on the tools of writing and paths to publishing (tools of the trade—a panel with our writers-in-residence, a step-by-step workshop to getting published, plot structure, eBooks, self-publishing, blogging/social media, creative nonfiction, and the role of the agent).
- Private consultations with writing coaches and literary agents (sign up early, as these book up fast).
- Networking opportunities all week ... with receptions and readings to add to the fun of our PWW community.
Samantha Chang (Novel)
Kate McMullan (Writing for Children/Young Adults)
Mimi Schwartz (Creative Nonfiction)
Kathleen Spivack (Poetry)
Christopher Tilghman (Craft of Fiction)
Our afternoon presentations offer the best of the Paris/New York/London writing communities. Come and hear Lorella Belli, Jami Bernard, Samantha Chang, Stephen Clarke, Sion Dayson, Mary Duncan, Gretel Furner, Terrance Gelenter, Adrian Leeds, Alexander Lobrano, Kate McMullan, Paul Schmidtberger, Mimi Schwartz, Kathleen Spivack, Christopher Tilghman, and Thirza Vallois. These presentations are free for workshop attendees and are also open to the public for a fee. For more information, click here.
Find out more at www.pariswritersworkshop.org or email email@example.com. The special discounted early bird rate is available until March 31, and the workshops are filling fast ... so don't delay.
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Posted by Meredith Mullins