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    2014 Summer Symposium

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    2015 SavvyAuthors Survey

    We're looking for a few great teachers!

    Accepting workshop proposals for our 2014/2015 program year

    Specific topics our members are looking for...
    • Writing craft at all levels from beginning to advanced "tune-ups".
    • Story structure such as novel, short stories, and novellas
    • Self Editing best practices and process
    • Writing Genre-specific fiction from Romance to Mystery, to SciFi to Sports, to YA and NA,
    • Publishing, from traditional to self-publishing and everything in between,
    • Anything that you think is useful or critical for an author to know at any point in her or his career.

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    GMC/MRU: The Muscles and Molecules of Storytelling by Jill Elizabeth Nelson

    The familiar phrase “put some muscle into it” applies to storytelling as much as to manual labor. The goals, motivations, and conflicts (GMC) of the characters propel a story along, much like the muscles that move the human body, sometimes in vigorous action, sometimes in slight but significant gestures. Without GMC, we writers have no…Read More...



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    So You Want To Be A Mythmaker?by Eden Robins

    Once upon a time in the childhood of the race, people told stories, lived within rites of passage, celebrated the changing seasons with rituals, entertained themselves with tales about the antics of gods, goddesses, foxes and crows. ~Sam Keen, Your Mythic Journey So you want to be a mythmaker? Why not? What’s so hard about…  Read More...


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    Writing A book About Vampires by Krista Kelley

    When I set out to write a book about vampires, there was so much information that I was more than a little overwhelmed. There are literally thousands of books on the subject, each having a slightly different approach. Each author has done their best to try to make their vampiric creations their own. From Anne…     Read More...