Even more, than ever, you feel the need to write and share your work with others who appreciate the writing journey.
SHARE the MIC with MAG GABBERT
DALLAS AREA WRITERS GROUP
May 25, 2001
7 PM to 8:30 PMDAWG Zoom Meeting RmREGISTER HERE https://forms.gle/9QbeqsmuUUUpuxcVAJoin Mag Gabbert and DAWG for an intimate discussion about our writing. Listen as Mag discusses some of her writings with us and provides suggestions to help us in areas where we need a little help. Bring your works to read and your questions. Share the mic with Mag Gabbert!
Each reader will receive five minutes to read, and if there is additional time, you may read for a second time.MAG GABBERT holds a Ph.D. in creative writing from Texas Tech University and an MFA from The University of California at Riverside. Her essays and poems can be found in 32 Poems, Pleiades, The Rumpus, Thrush, The Massachusetts Review, Waxwing, The Pinch, Stirring, Carve Magazine, Sugar House Review, The Nervous Breakdown, and many other journals. Mag is the author of Minml Poems, a chapbook of visual poetry and nonfiction (Cooper Dillon Books, 2020). She has received poetry fellowships from Idyllwild Arts and Poetry at Round Top. Mag currently teaches creative writing at Southern Methodist University and for Writing Workshops Dallas. She also serves as the interview editor for Underblong Journal. www.maggabbert.com
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A link to the DAWG Zoom Meeting Rm will be provided to the email provided shortly after registration is complete.WHENMay 25, 2021 at 6pmWHEREDAWG Zoom Meeting Rm
DAWG Zoom Meeting Rm
Cedar Hill, TX 75104
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WhatWarnerWrites is hosting Amber Royer– WGT Short Story Plot Development– Writing Clinic, Part 2 2021-05-11 15:11:48 -0500
It's time again for the WGT Short Story Plot Development– Writing Clinic, Part 2!
If you missed Amber Royer on January 18, don't worry, there's still so much we need to learn and a great deal Amber can teach us about plot development. If you participated in Part 1, then you're in for a double dose of her expertise, and you can share what you've learned from practicing what you learned in January. The comic science fiction author has both the desire and the knowledge to teach us how to structure the scene and story level. Her goal is to continue to help writers to understand why different short stories demand other plot formats.
"I am not a short story writer"– not an excuse to avoid this session. Don't make the mistake of thinking that this clinic won't help you improve your novel or novella. Come on and join us.
WGT Short Story Plot Development– Writing Clinic, Part 2
May 17, 2021, from 7 PM to 8:30 PM
WGT Zoom Meeting Room
Register here to submit your plotting questions by 11:59 PM on May 16, 2021.
Amber Royer writes the CHOCOVERSE comic telenovela-style foodie-inspired space opera series. Amber has been teaching creative writing to writers of all genres for over a decade in North Texas for UT Arlington Continuing Education and Writing Workshops Dallas. In the summer, she holds camps and workshops for teen writers. Amber's book, Story Like a Journalist: A Workbook for Novelists, boils down her writing knowledge into an actionable plan involving over 100 worksheets to build a comprehensive story plan.
Find her blogs about creative writing techniques and chocolate crafters she's met at www.amberroyer.com.
Reach WGT at www.wgtonline.org/contact.WHENMay 17, 2021 at 7pmWHEREWGT Meeting Rm
WGT Online Zoom Meetings
Richardson, TX 75081
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WhatWarnerWrites donated 2021-04-30 06:32:10 -0500
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Membership is open to anyone 18 and older who desires to promote the art and craft of writing. There are no limitations on membership. Writers with any experience level — from multi-published to just starting out — are welcome to join! Member advantages include:
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