Our Program Calendar

I believe that this calendar addresses the diverse interests of our members. Many of these programs are still in the works, but several are finalized.

November – The intersection of Music and Writing (Arts Collaboration)
Panel with Jennifer Daniels Neal, songwriter and guild member, Peggy Douglas, a musician and playwright who has produced four musicals, and Kathy Veazy, a usician who has turned some local poets’ work into song.  See The Intersection of Music and Writing – Chattanooga Writers’ Guild (chattanoogawritersguild.org) for more information

January – The intersection of writing and graphic art – A panel by the Chatt Comix Co-op.This group has been featured in podcasts and on National Public Television. They are a talented group of artists and writers who produce graphic stories and comics.

February – A Craft Talk on Writing the Romance in Honor of Valentine’s Day. We may also have a fiction workshop.

March – A Craft Talk on Memoir by Sonja Livingston. She is a member of the Tennessee Mountain Writers, and there is a lot of information about her publications online. Home | Mysite (sonjalivingston.com) She has also agreed to do a memoir writing workshop.

April – A Craft Talk on Poetry

May – Publishing and the Business of Writing. Editing and design are the most expensive aspects of self-publishing, The selection of a good editor is important. Design is expensive and essential for self-published work.

I can schedule a separate program by Ingram Content Group on self-publishing through Ingram Spark. They have offered to give this talk at no charge.

June – A Craft Talk on Writing for Children.

July – Writing as Healing – This is still in the works, but we have a little time.

August – I will try to arrange a craft talk on Nature Writing as Memoir.

For Further Information contact programs@chattanoogawritersguild.org


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