Weekly Mon 12pm Fiction/Non-Fiction Read and Critique with Sandra Millers Younger

Date: Weekly Mondays, Starting MARCH 2018 Time: 12pm to 2pm Number of sessions: Weekly, pay by the month Members: $100 Nonmembers: $125 Location: San Diego Writers, Ink, ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station, 2730 Historic Decatur Road, Barracks 16, 2nd Floor Above Women's Museum, San Diego, CA 92106
NEW START DATE:  STARTS IN MARCH
Let’s face it. No matter how much we hone our craft or how earnest our New Year’s Resolutions, left to our own devices, it can be all too easy to blow off our best writing intentions.
Make 2018 different by giving yourself the gifts of community, structure and accountability–secrets that lead to finished manuscripts. Enjoy the benefits of encouragement and constructive feedback from fellow writers under the guidance of a published author. Come join our Monday afternoon read and critique group. All genres, all levels of experience welcome!

Read and Critiques:  get your work read in an open and inviting group.  Get constructive feedback from writers under the guidance of a published author.

To JOIN:  please contact Kristen at programs@sandiegowriters.org to see if there is space.  Once she has confirmed an opening, you will be able to pay per month on the buttons below.

DO NOT USE THE BUY NOW BUTTON BELOW UNTIL YOU ARE CONFIRMED AS ACCEPTED INTO THE SESSION AS GROUP CAN FILL.

Regular monthly enrollment SDWI Members: $100, non-members $125 (pay in advance or at the door)
Drop-in Fees:  SDWI Members $30; non-members $35 (pay at the door for this price–or with drop-in button below).  Drop-ins may not have papers critiqued if they do not arrange for this in advance.  Drop-in students should email Kristen at programs@sandiegowriters.org at least 4 days ahead to ensure they will be workshopped.

 

Sandra Younger grew up in the South where people still swap stories over fried chicken, apple pie and sweet tea. At the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Syracuse University, where she earned degrees in English and journalism, Sandra studied stories—what makes the great ones great, how to find them, and how to share them in powerful ways that make a difference in the world. She’s since told thousands of stories as a reporter, magazine editor and author of “The Fire Outside My Window: A Survivor Tells the True Story of California’s Epic Cedar Fire.” A past vice president and board member of SDWI, Sandra taught writing at San Diego State and National universities before leading read and critique groups and storytelling courses at the Ink Spot. She loves creating a safe space where writers can discover their personal story power.

 

 

Do NOT use these buttons to pay until you are an accepted member of the group–register by emailing programs@sandiegowriters.org

March
April
May
Drop-in One Session $30/$35