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Deckle Edge 17 Workshop Putting Your Passion in Print: How to Share Your Vision and Influence with a Greater Audience
One Columbia
Columbia, SC
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Deckle Edge 17 Workshop Putting Your Passion in Print: How to Share Your Vision and Influence with a Greater Audience
Description:  The written word, especially through the stories we share, has always had the power to change perceptions, beliefs, and behaviors, to make positive changes in our world. Learn how several authors touch on greater themes and issues in their work, from animal rights and race relations to women's rights and family dynamics. We'll discuss how to tap into more (and more passionate) readers by customizing your own "passion platform." Identify and relate to your reading audience to become an influence for change!

About the Instructor: Bren McClain is the author of the novel One Good Mama Bone. A former journalist and director of media relations, McClain is a freelance writer, editor, and communications coach in Nashville, Tennessee. She is a native of Anderson, South Carolina, a former board member of the South Carolina Writers Workshop. McClain has received awards and fellowships from the South Carolina Arts Commission, the South Carolina Fiction Project, the Pirate's Alley Faulkner Society, the North Carolina Writer's Workshop, and others.

Founder of Where Writers Win, Shari Stauch has been involved in publishing, marketing, and PR for thirty years. She is the author of four non-fiction books as well as an award-winning essayist and fiction writer. She is the principal author of the WWW blog, and works with authors and publishers around the country, helping them market themselves and their work to find more readers. Where Writers Win offers access to vetted book reviewers, live and virtual book clubs, and other curated resources for authors and publishers.

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One Columbia (View)
1219 Taylor Street
Columbia, SC 29201
United States


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Arts > Literary

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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Owner: http://jasperproject.org/
On BPT Since: Sep 06, 2016
 
Deckle Edge
8032545008
info@deckleedgesc.org
http://deckleedgesc.org/
 


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