Planning and Publishing In Spite of Ourselves
Date: December 11, 2009
Guest Speaker: Rebecca Lawton
Times: 11 am Pacific | 12 noon Mountain | 1 pm Central | 2 pm Eastern
Cost: Free for NAMW Members
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Too many irons on the fire? Three or four–or more–unfinished manuscripts in your files? But not out for publication? You’re not alone. The creative soul has been known to be the last person to find closure for one project–through publication or presentation–before moving on to another great idea.
Join Rebecca Lawton on December 11 for an ease-filled and fun hour in which you’ll learn to create your own personalized Publication Action Plan–a six-month strategy for prioritizing the completion of your writing projects and getting them out for publication. Your plan will have both a practical and spiritual side–and it will work! This approach to ordering your writing life is time tested and effective.
Rebecca Lawton, M.F.A., is also a graduate of Full-Spectrum Foundational Coaching, which informs her collaborations with other writers. Her memoir, Reading Water: Lessons from the River, was a 2008 San Francisco Chronicle Bay Area bestseller, and she has co-authored three other books of non-fiction, most recently Write Free: Attracting the Creative Life, with Jordan E. Rosenfeld in 2008. Among other honors, Rebecca’s prose and poetry have earned her the Ellen Meloy Fund Award for Desert Writers, two Pushcart Prize nomations, selection as finalist for the 2009 David Nathan Meyerson Prize in Fiction, and first place in the Redwood Writer’s Club 2009 poetry competition.