Antioch Writers' Workshop offers free mini-workshops on a variety of creative writing topics the second Sunday of most months (adjusted for holidays), 2:00-3:30, at Books & Co. at The Greene in Beavercreek, Ohio. PLEASE NOTE: Occasionally we have to adjust the time in consideration of Books & Co. events; please check our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/AntiochWritersW, to verify dates, times, and programming.
These workshops are designed to provide participants with a brief introduction to a creative writing topic. Since January, 2011, we've covered topics such as how to set writing goals, how to use social networking to promote your writing, how to research subject matter for your writing projects, how to infuse romance into your writing (no matter your genre), how to apply poetry writing techniques to all kinds of writing, and more.
Please note that we do not hold these mini-workshops in December (due to the holidays) and in June, July, or August (due to our major event of the year--our Annual Summer Program).
No reservations are required for the Sunday Free Writers' Seminars, but expressed intention to attend is appreciated. Call Books & Co at The Greene at 937-429-6302 or email email@example.com
Nov. 20, 2016: Platform / Brand Building--How can writers--both not-yet-published and published--effectively build a platform and brand to reach readers and publishers? Join us for some great advice and how-tos! Led by novelist Ryan Ireland. (Learn more about Ryan at ryangireland.com
Dec. 2016 : NONE
Jan. 15, 2017: Point of View--Add to your writing craft tool-box! Learn tips and best practices for using Point of View to enhance your stories, novels, essays, memoirs and other works... and connect with your readers! Led by novelist, essayist and short story writer Rebecca Morean. Learn more about Rebecca at www.ramorean.com
Feb. 19, 2017 : Incorporating Research into Your Work--You've done your research for your story, novel, essay, memoir or other writing... now, how do you use all those great, savory details to enhance your writing, without overwhelming your reader? Join us for some tips and techniques! Led by novelist Sharon Short. Learn more about Sharon at www.sharonshort.com
March 19, 2017: Dialogue--Say WHAT? Dialogue is one of the most important craft tools for fiction and nonfiction writers. Learn how to use it effectively to create compelling fiction and engage readers! Led by novelist Martha Moody. Learn more about Martha at www.marthamoody.net
Apr. 9, 2017: Poetry Month--April is national poetry month! Celebrate with us and create a poem! Great for poets and writers of all types--challenge your creativity and learn some techniques to enhance your writing craft! Led by poet Jamey Dunham. Learn more about Jamey at www.poets.org/poetsorg/poet/jamey-dunham
May 21, 2017: Setting and Character--How does setting effect your characters in your fiction or non-fiction? How do setting/character work together to create a memorable work of fiction or nonfiction? Learn some tips and techniques for making these two important elements of creative writing work together! Led by novelist Rob Boley. Learn mroe about Rob at www.robboley.com