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Workshops and Events

World Domination One Follower at a Time: A Beginner’s Guide to Twitter

Saturday, September 12 // Decatur Public Library // Free and Open to the Public // Register Learn the basics of mystical Twitter in this workshop that gives examples of what to tweet and what not to as well as a basic glossary and how to cultivate more followers. Sally Kilpatrick has been a member of…

So You Want to be a Published Novelist?

August Workshop with Ann Hite Join us on Saturday, August 8, at the KSU Center from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM for a workshop with award-winning author, Ann Hite. Ann Hite is the author of Ghost on Black Mountain (Simon and Schuster, 2011), winner of the Georgia Author of the Year Award in 2012, and Where the Souls…

A Workshop Review: “What Makes ‘Good’ Poetry Good?”

April 2015 GWA Workshop: William Wright Shares ‘Good’ Poetry Concepts and Publishing Keys I stared at the large manila envelope in my hands and read the message, hand-scrawled across its front, “Refused! We do NOT accept large envelopes!” This unwelcome epistle told not only me, but also everyone in the postal system and possibly all…

April Workshop – “What Makes ‘Good’ Poetry Good?”

Understanding Editors, Contemporary Poetry, and Your Own Work Saturday, April 18, 2015 | KSU Center, Room 300 | 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM In the overwhelming world of poetry publishing—the innumerable journals and editors, as well as the innumerable poets attempting to publish—it’s often discouraging, even disenchanting, to attempt to figure out how to find…