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Outdoor Writer's Workshop in NH's Great North Woods
Learn to be an outdoor writer in the Great North Woods September 10-12, 2010. Outdoor writer and author of outdoor books, Ed Mitchell, teaches the skills of how to write for outdoor publications and more.
By: Cabins at Lopstick, Pittsburg NH
This intensive workshop is designed to hone your outdoor writing skills. Together we will explore the key elements behind success, including how to come up with imaginative story ideas; how to develop your writer’s voice; how to draw in readers with creative “leads”; how to convey a sense of time and place, and how to greatly increase your chances of getting published. Expect group discussions, personal assignments, and group critiques. Writers on all levels are welcome.
Recommended Essentials: a pencil and notebook, and a laptop with a few blank CD’s.
About Ed Mitchell
Ed penned his first outdoor piece back in 1988 and has been actively doing magazine work ever since. Over the years he has written features articles for numerous periodicals including: American Angler, Fly Fisherman, Fly Tyer, Saltwater Sportsman, Field & Stream, Saltwater Fly Fishing, Fly Fishing New England, Fly Rod & Reel, The Yale Angler’s Journal and Fly Fishing in Salt Waters- where he is a contributing editor. His work has also appeared in overseas publications in the UK and Japan.
In addition to his magazine work, Ed authored three successful fly-fishing books. He is a former college professor with extensive teaching experience. He holds an MFA in photography and his photographs have been widely exhibit and won awards.
Cabin accommodation for writer's workshop at the Cabins at Lopstick. 800-538-6659
For more info on the class, http://www.cabinsatlopstick.com/
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About the Cabins at Lopstick: Located in northern New England, the Cabins at Lopstick are a popular cabin vacation destination. Enjoy hiking, biking, birding, swimming, snowmobiling, fishing, hunting in a pristine wilderness setting. Orvis Endorsed fly fishing outfitter.