Write Now: When Bad Things Happen to Good Writers

by Susan Hanzelka Dec 10, 02:00 pm - 03:30 pm
Freeland Library
5495 Harbor Ave., Freeland, Washington, 98249
Dec 10 , 02:00 pm - 03:30 pm

With examples from the real world and the audience, we'll discuss productive paths to saving face, establishing social media boundaries, PR strategies, and self-care. Please register. From rejections to bad reviews, jealousy to public gaffes, let’s talk trash and how to rinse ourselves off. What to do with that terrible review, trolls on Twitter, the editor you spilled wine on, the writing group whose goals are drifting from your own? Camille Griep is the author of "Letters to Zell" (2015, 47North), and "New Charity Blues" (2016, 47North). In her free time, she can be found at the editing helm of Easy Street -- a magazine of books and culture, reading for The Lascaux Review, or working on short form pieces. www.camillegriep.com.

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