FutureCycle Press a Sponsor of November Writers Conference

Ridgeline Literary Alliance (serving writers and readers in the mountain areas of Georgia, the Carolinas, and Tennessee) now accepting registrations for its November writers conference. FutureCycle Press will display its 2013 book prize contenders.
Ridgeline Literary Alliance
Ridgeline Literary Alliance
MURPHY, N.C. - Sept. 28, 2013 - PRLog -- FutureCycle Press (www.futurecycle.org) is a member and proud sponsor of Ridgeline Literary Alliance (www.ridgelineliterary.org), which serves the mountain areas of Georgia, the Carolinas, and Tennessee. Currently, membership in the nonprofit organization is free; anyone interested in writing and reading can join.

Ridgeline presents its first all-day writers conference on Saturday, November 2, with open mic readings, sale of books written by Ridgeline members, a catered lunch, and writing workshops planned in poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction. Confirmed workshop topics and instructors to date are as follows:

Michael Diebert: Deconstructing the Rejection Notice: A Discussion

Steven Harvey: The Times of Our Lives

Scott Owens: The Habits of Highly Productive Poets

Lunch and all events are included in the registration fee ($35 for adults and vendors; $15 for students). A book raffle will also be held to help fund future events. For more information about the workshops, instructor bios, conference location, and Ridgeline Literary Alliance:


FutureCycle Press will debut its first Good Works project title, Malala: Poems for Malala Yousafzai, with all sales benefitting the Malala Fund for the education of girls worldwide. Also on display will be the twelve contenders for the 2013 FutureCycle Poetry Book Prize: Wild Plums by Barbara Conrad, The Red Coat by Jane Ellen Glasser, Expecting Delays by George Bishop, Admissions by Don Narkevic, Dazzling Wobble by Judyth Hill, Before Whose Glory by Lawrence Kessenich, What the Mouth Was Made For by Katherine Riegel, Controlled Hallucinations by John Sibley Williams, Whatever It Takes to Make Us Feel Alive by Bill Edmondson, The Hermits of Dingle by George Moore, Fugitive Pigments by Ruth Bavetta, and Joan Colby: Selected Poems by Joan Colby. All FutureCycle Press titles are available on Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle editions.
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