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WRC Kicks Off Its First "Writing for Publication" Seminars for Authors
Seminars start March 11 and run through April 4. Enrollment open now.
"We are so excited about this," says Bess. "For the first time we are offering night classes, giving students who may not be able to attend at any other time, the opportunity to work with world-class, New York Times Bestseller authors and experienced local authors."
The workshops are for adults only, age 18 and up. Students must be computer literate and should bring their own laptop or other electronic tablet device.
Become A Part of WRC's Anthology; Join the Discussion March 8
Writers Resource Center members are accepting submissions for their very first anthology titled, Passions: A Look into a Writer’s Heart. Anyone interested in having their work included should bring their manuscripts to the group’s next regular meeting planned for Saturday, March 8, 10 am to 12 noon. The book is scheduled to be published this coming fall. The meeting will take place at WRC's office, located at 1652 West Texas Street, in Fairfield.
“Get your submissions and short stories ready,” Bess says, encouraging writers to bring their work to the meeting.
For more information on the "Writing for Publication"
About the Writers Resource Center:
The Writers Resource Center is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 2003 by Janie P. Bess. The group, which is based in Fairfield, has members located throughout the Bay Area and the nation. It offers resources for both the aspiring and accomplished writer, including workshops and summer classes, presentations at local, regional and national conferences;
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