Saturday, March 4, 2017, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Workshop with Nancy Day Sakaduski
Short stories are hot again, and provide a great way to get published and build writing credentials. In this workshop you’ll learn how short stories differ from novels and get help with structure, setting, characters, dialogue, beginnings, endings, and more. Find out where you can market short stories and how to identify contests worth entering.
Bring a pen and paper, as you’ll be taking your new knowledge out for a spin with some short exercises. This workshop is jam-packed with practical, actionable information that will improve your writing, no matter what kind of writing you’re doing.
About the Facilitator
Nancy is the author of How to Write Winning Short Stories and owner of Cat & Mouse Press, in Lewes, DE, where she works with writers to help them perfect their short stories and prepare them for publication. Nancy is the author of hundreds of articles and 23 published books. She runs the Rehoboth Beach Reads Short Story Contest and curates Writing is a Shore Thing, a weekly online newspaper filled with useful writing tips and advice. Find out more at www.catandmousepress.com.
Location and Directions
Date/Time: Saturday, March 4, 2017, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Location:Mid-County Community Recreation Center / 2004 Queensguard Road / Silver Spring MD 20906
Directions: ICC Exit 182 Layhill Rd (at Exit, turn Right/South) to (Left) Queensguard and immediate Right into parking lot
Norbeck Rd N/W or Connecticut Ave N/W to (Right) Bel Pre Rd to (Right) Layhill to (Left) Queensguard and Immediate Right into Parking lot