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Webinar: Research and Narrative Nonfiction with Omar Mouallem

Research and Narrative Nonfiction with Omar Mouallem Saturday, November 17 10:00 – 11:00 Online WGA, CAA and CNFC Members: $25, Nonmembers: $35 Students:$10 Literary nonfiction. Creative nonfiction. Long-form journalism. The genre goes by many names, but the goal is the same: writing a strong narrative with compelling characters and a unique voice, without sacrificing the […]

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Indexing: The Art of Writing Reader-Friendly Indexes for Nonfiction Books

Saturday, July 7, 2018 10:00 – 11:00 am (mountain time) Online $25 members, $35 non-members Indexing: The Art of Writing Reader-Friendly Indexes for Nonfiction Books Often considered to be a roadmap to the contents of a nonfiction book, a thoughtfully written index can help make the difference between a book being merely entertaining, and being […]

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Webinar–SMASH ALL teh RULEZ

March 24, 10:00 – 11:00 AM (Mountain time) Online $25 members (WGA, CAA, & Stroll of Poets), $35 non-members Students $10 Smash All teh Rulez English has almost infinite expressive potential, but when it comes to the rules it’s a game everyone will lose sooner or later. Why is that? Because we made it that […]

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WGA Webinar: Demystifying the Literary Agent

“Demystifying the Literary Agent” with Carolyn Forde Saturday, January 20, 2018 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Online $25 WGA, CAA, TWUC and Stroll members  $35 non-members Has the question ‘Do I need an agent?’ ever crossed your mind? What about the question ‘How does a writer find an agent?’ Carolyn Forde, at Westwood Creative Artists, will […]

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WGA Webinar: CREATIVE NONFICTION – HOOKING YOUR READER with Angie Abdou

  Saturday, January 21, 9:30-10:30 a.m. Why should anyone care about your story? What makes your writing worthy of a reader’s valuable time? Contemporary life is busy. YouTube, Facebook and Twitter have encroached on the time people used to devote to reading. With the ever-increasing demands on readers’ time and energy, writers must remember: readers don’t owe […]

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