Past programs and presentations
Brilliant at Breakfast
Did you miss your opportunity to ask agents and editors your burning questions? Here’s a breakdown of what you missed. Writers’ Morning Out did
Why, oh why, was my manuscript rejected?
Last month’s Slush Pile was another inspiring, interesting, and informative session, filled with praise for work well done and suggestions to make work better.
So, you want to self-publish your manuscript—
Self-publishing with Graham Bird So, you want to self-publish your manuscript—easy peasy, right? Well, maybe. It all depends on what you want to be when
Writing Is An Adventure
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) began in 1999 as a way to encourage twenty-one would-be novel writers to complete a manuscript in a month’s time.
Ekphratic Writing: Ways to Generate Poems and Short Fiction
Ekphrasis: One artist looking at the art of another and finding inspiration through reflection. When looking at art, we can record what we see
Introduction to Literary Genres
One question pops up in discussions about marketing, book proposals, and social media: know your audience. Who are we writing for? Who do we want
Social Media Primer
Writers’ Morning Out May, 15 2021 Panel Discussion on Social Media Summary by Jody Savage Moderator Carol Phillips convened this panel discussion on the
Lessons From the Slush Pile!
Sixteen brave writers submitted their first pages of poetry or prose to our Slush Pile! event April 17, 2021. Our panel—Noah Stetzer, Ty Stumpf, and