MWC is happy to announce this special workshop opportunity on Monday, April 13th, 6:30 p.m., at MWC. Davenport native Deb Vanasse, author of sixteen books, will lead this unique workshop, which we are able to offer to the public at no cost. Here’s a full description:
“As writers, we enjoy the freedom to innovate, in our work and also in the ways we learn and grow. How do we make the most of that freedom? Author of sixteen books, Deb Vanasse has been named by Library Journal as “one of Alaska’s leading storytellers.” A graduate of Davenport West High School, Deb will present a lively program that features creative ways for writers to think about craft, a writer’s education, and the topsy-turvy world of publishing.”
This workshop will last approx. 90 minutes, and it will be free and open to the public. RSVPs to firstname.lastname@example.org are welcome, but not required. Please contact MWC if you have any questions about the event.
Co-founder of 49 Writers and founder of the independent authors cooperative Running Fox Books, Deb Vanasse has authored sixteen books. Her most recent are Write Your Best Book, a practical guide to writing books that rise above the rest; What Every Author Should Know, a comprehensive guide to book publishing and promotion; and Cold Spell, a novel that “captures the harsh beauty of the terrain as well as the strain of self-doubt and complicated family bonds,” according to Booklist. Deb lives and works on Hiland Mountain outside of Anchorage, Alaska, and at a cabin near the Matanuska Glacier.