Showing posts with label Writers Circle around the Table. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Writers Circle around the Table. Show all posts

Monday, January 30, 2017

Make sure to read Glenda Beall's "The making of a Writers Conference" on her blog


Please read Glenda Beall's blog post on "The making of a Writers Conference", on her blog, Writers Circle around the Table.

Writers Circle around the Table

Here is the link:



 http://www.glendacouncilbeall.com/

Also, note the NCWN-West's page for their writing conference, A Day for Writers, on May 6, 2017, at the Jackson County Public Library, in Sylva, NC:

http://netwestwriters.blogspot.com/p/blog-page_6.html


Friday, August 5, 2016

Social Media for Authors, featuring freelance author, Tara Lynne Groth, at Writers Circle Around the Table, Hayesville, NC, Sat. August 6, 2016


How can authors consistently maintain a presence on popular social media sites? Learn if the demographics of your readers are on Facebook, Twitter, or other services, how to plan relevant social content based on analytics, and if automated services are right for you. In this class, we'll also break down the mystery of blogging and help writers make smart decisions about their online social presence.

Tara Lynne Groth is a writer in North Carolina. She instructs classes, as well as creative writing workshops. Tara Lynne also handles content marketing and manages social media for clients.

Glenda Council Beall is hosting Groth’s class at Writers Circle Around the Table, on Saturday, August 6, 2016, 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM. You can contact Beall at 828-389-4441, or www.GlendaCouncilBeall.com



Wednesday, June 15, 2016

NEW Poetry Class for New and Intermediate Level Writers



NEW!!
Poetry Class for Beginning and Intermediate Poets





Instructor: Glenda Beall, well-published poet, author of Now Might as Well be Then with poems published in many journals and magazines.

Mondays, 4 - 6 p.m., June 20 - July 18

Classes will be held at Writers Circle studio in Hayesville, NC.
Call 828-389-4441 or Email for directions.

For anyone who writes poetry and wonders, "Is this really a poem?"
For anyone who writes verses and is not sure if they are good.
For anyone who has been writing a while, but has never submitted anything for publication because they are not sure how to do that and if they should.
For anyone who has submitted their poetry to journals or magazines, but they have not been accepted.
Take time for yourself and learn basics of this craft. There is  more to good poetry than pouring out your thoughts on paper. Learn  how to make your work professional looking and catch the  eye of a publisher or editor.

Fee for 8 hours of class - $25.00


To read some of Glenda Beall's poetry, visit
www.profilesandpedigrees.blogspot.com







Monday, February 15, 2016

Glenda Council Beall's poem, "The Ice House Job," published in the anthology LITERATURE TODAY; 2nd poem accepted by MAIN STREET RAG for later publication date.


Glenda Council Beall’s poem, The Ice House Job, was recently published in the anthology, LITERATURE TODAY (Vol. 4); the theme of this issue is Love. The book is edited by Dr. Deepak Chaswal and Dr. Pradeep Chaswal. The book can be purchased on Amazon and on Kindle.

Beall's poem, Shot into the Future, Clutching the Past, was accepted by "Main Street Rag" for publication at a later date.

Glenda Beall has been publishing her poetry for twenty years in journals, magazines, E-zines and in anthologies. She teaches Creative Writing at Tri-County Community College in Murphy, NC, and administers two blogs: Writing Life Stories and Writers Circle around the Table. She is the owner/director of a writing studio where top instructors come each year and teach.

Beall is former Program Coordinator for North Carolina Writers' Network-West (NCWN-West), and is presently Clay County Representative for the program.


Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Netwest Members offered discount on classes before deadline

Netwest members - take advantage of this opportunity to attend a workshop with well-published Atlanta author, Patricia Sprinkle.

Saturday, June 14 - Take individual classes, 10 - 1:00 and 2 - 5:00 p.m.,  or take both classes for $60. This writer speaks to large groups, teaches workshops and we are fortunate to have her come to our area. If you write fiction or nonfiction, you don't want to miss out on this one-time opportunity. We will have lunch together and you will have the opportunity to network with other writers and with Patricia.


Each class fee is $45 or both classes for $60.00 Netwest members - $40 for individual classes
Light lunch included for those who register for all day session 
 Deadline for registration: Thursday, June 11

Call 828-389-4441 or email glendabeall@msn.com 

Visit www.glendacouncilbeall.blogspot.com for class description.


Sunday, March 23, 2014

Poet and Writer, Dana Wildsmith teaches at Writers Circle in April

Workshop at Writers Circle around the Table in Hayesville, NC
CHANGING FACT TO FICTION,
OR: CHANGING I TO US

   All we have to work with when we set out down fiction's road is the stuff of our lives, but that's enough. Every one of us has  a couple of horror-story-worthy relatives, and we've all lived through years of high drama in our lives. The material is there, for sure, but the rub lies in figuring out how to use that material when memoir is not our aim. In this class, we'll talk about ways to use those three crazy uncles of yours to flesh out one strong character for a story or novel, how to conduct and make use of interviews, and a little about scene-writing. This will be a class for all levels of fiction writers.

Bio:
Dana Wildsmith's  environmental memoir, Back to Abnormal: Surviving With An Old Farm in the New South, was Finalist for Georgia Author of the Year. She is the author of five collections of poetry, including most recently, Christmas in BethlehemWildsmith has served as Artist-in-Residence for Grand Canyon National Park, as Writer-in-Residence for the Island Institute in Sitka, Alaska, and she is a Fellow of the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences. 

April 12, Saturday, 1 - 4 p.m. 2014:

Fee: $45