We’ve been busy, both growing and writing.
So, what’s our future look like? Bright. Very bright. Don’t stare directly at it. But, you can safely check us out in a recent Writer’s Digest’s feature. Consider it a solar filter or a pinhole projector. It’s a peek at what makes DFWWW so amazing. And if you haven’t got the time to read the whole article, passing by any mirror will also do the trick.
Without further ado, here is - THE - DFW Writers’ Workshop feature in Writer’s Digest: What Makes Writing Groups Work.
A huge thanks to all of our extraordinary members, past and present, for making us a thing.
The cliff notes are as follows:
Deadline: Nov. 15, 2012
Grand Prize: $1500, VIP Pass to festival, airfare, accomodations AND PUBLICATION.
Guidelines: You cannot have a published novel, your submission has to be under a mere 7000 words, and you have to have $25 to your name.
Get crackin'. Hopefully it's THE BIG EASY for you.
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Jonsing for a little free education on the craft of writing? Look no further than the northwest campus of Tarrant County College (Fort Worth, TX). They're offering the NW Marine Creek Creative Writing Conference to all who are interested at absolutely no cost.
Here's the skinny...
WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 10, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
WHAT: FREE conference open to the public. Workshops will cover writing fiction, poetry, screenplays,
songs, creative nonfiction, and more! Free lunch provided.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: New York Times bestselling author Lori Wilde.
RSVP: Liz Lounsbury at email@example.com
If you write fiction and need a break from the ol' manuscript -- consider writing a short story to enter into the Writer's Digest Popular Fiction Awards. Categories include science fiction, thriller, YA, romance, crime, and horror.
Entry deadline has recently been extended to Oct. 31, 2012. Plenty of time for you to compose a story (4,000 words or less), bring it in for a read and critique, and send it off.
Click here for more details on the Writer's Digest Popular Fiction Contest