Write Canada is online this year, happening on October 21, 2017, with tracks for fiction and marketing.
This means you can attend from anywhere — no travel costs, no accommodations, and you can be there in your pajamas if that makes you happy. Members of The Word Guild get a discount, but anyone who wants to learn is welcome. And you don’t have to be Canadian.
Participate in real time, and you can interact with the presenters in the “virtual classroom.” If the time zones don’t work for you, attend what you can in real time, and catch the rest in replays.
There are four wokshops this year, and you can attend one or all. One advantage of having the option to access the replays later is that if you miss something, or want to hear it again, you can.
Real-time technical assistance will be available during the event, too, so if tech is a bit scary for you, no worries. Someone can help with anything that comes up.
- “Six Months to a Full-time Income,” with Marcy Kennedy
- “Using Character Emotion to Wow Readers,” with Becca Puglisi
- “Writing Christian Fantasy in a Secular World,” with R.J. Anderson
- “From Blog to Book Deal,” with Sarah Ball
Here’s the link for more information and to register: Write Canada Online 2017.
Thanks for the reminder, Janet. I wanted to sign up.