April 13, 2010
-- The Red Lake Falls Public Library (Minnesota) presents two public programs with author, writing coach and publisher, Ian Graham Leask. Ian has been coaching writers one-on-one for sixteen years, having taught at all age levels with the University of Minnesota, COMPAS writers-in-the-
schools, The Loft, and various other colleges and arts-oriented organizations and language schools.
Beginning at 5 PM Central time, Ian will share the key factors that make publishers and media show hosts say, “Yes” to new authors. If you take your future as an author seriously, be sure to attend live at the Red Lake Falls City Hall, online at http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/
MarniesFriends, or via teleconference line by calling (646) 727-2510.
At 7 PM, Ian presents on the topic, “Why You Need Serious Literature.”
Between Ian’s broad experience in the publishing world and his wonderful London accent, you will gain insight into what the best agents and editors read, and you will become inspired to discover more depth and clarity in your own writing. Again, attend live at the Red Lake Falls City Hall, online at http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/MarniesFriends
, or via teleconference line by calling (646) 727-2510.
The local program will be followed by a book signing for Ian’s book, The Wounded and Other Stories About Sons and Fathers.
Leask’s visit to Red Lake Falls, Minnesota is the second in a series of seven author visits during the Northwest Regional Library 2010 Spring Author Expos. Full details and media one-sheets are available at http://www.NWRLib.org
The project was funded in part or in whole with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on 11/4/08 which dedicated funding to preserve Minnesota's arts and cultural heritage. Sponsored by the NW Regional Library and hosted by the Red Lake Falls Public Library.
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Marnie Swedberg is a Speaker Trainer and Online Mentor and Coach to Women's Ministry Leaders from every denomination and continent, providing fresh ideas, free training and online connections for WM success.