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The 2013 Writing Workshops will be limited in size both to make them more useful to the participants and due to the size of the space available. So far, the following workshops are on the schedule.
- The Poetry of Nature with Lynne Bama, writer, journalist and author of Yellowstone Rising, the poetry of Yellowstone. Bring samples of your poetry with you.
- Epublishing - Print on Demand with Tina Fagan, design artist and book layout. Tina works with authors who wish to self-publish, helping them with covers and layout.
- Lyricism in the Essay with Rob Stodart. Rob is a professor of English at Northwest College whose work focuses on poetry, memoir and essay.
- Researching and Writing Local History with Jeremy Johnston, author of Powell Images of America who heads the BBHC Cody research arm and is a former assistant professor of history.
Our judges for the 2013 Flash Fiction contest (original stories of 500 words or less) are Carol Bell, an MFA graduate and owner of "The Thistle," a bookstore and gift shop in Cody, and Rosemary Lowther, a former Time/Life editor.
See Flash Fiction for more infomation on entering this contest.
The open mic time slots (14 only) are beginning to fill. Authors: This is a good reason to get your registration in early. Give your public a chance to hear you read and talk about your work.