Whether you think of yourself as a poet, fiction writer, or essayist, sometimes you have an idea that just doesn’t seem to fit into the usual genre. Or maybe you’d like to take a break from the usual and try something new with an idea begging for words. Fiction writer and essayist Susan Neville will explore new ways to think about your ideas that will enrich your creative process and expand your understanding of what your material might become in her keynote address, “Poem, Story, or Essay: Which Door to Choose?”Join us at the Indiana State Library when Indiana's best established and emerging writers will meet for a full day of classes on the writing craft. Sessions in poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction will be presented by nine accomplished Indiana writers, including Nancy Botkin, Jill Christman, Curtis Crisler, Angela Jackson-Brown, Sarah Layden, Sean Lovelace, Mark Neely, Kelcey Parker-Ervick and Barbara Shoup. You’ll leave full of inspiration, armed with writing drafts ripe for experimentation—along with a hundred other writers who feel the same way.
$80 Members / $150 Nonmembers
Full-time Students (with ID) are eligible for a discounted registration. They may be requested with a teacher recommendation. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lunch will be guaranteed for all attendees who pre-register by 03/21/2018.
(If you choose to register after Wednesday, please bring a brown bag lunch with you to the Gathering. We are not purchasing extra meals this year.)
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