Posts by Michelle Hansen:
WILL YOUR PITCH HOOK AN AGENT OR EDITOR?
Saturday, June 20, 2015
Richland Public Library
STEPHEN WALLENFELS, Young Adult AuthorWriting the Perfect Pitch: The Art & Science of Sizzle
MARY CRONK FARRELL, Children’s/YA AuthorWriting for the Children's/YA Market: SCBWI Can Help at Every Stage of Your Career This FREE seminar is hosted by the Inland Northwest Chapter of the Society of Children’s Books Writers and Illustrators. Register at https://inlandnw.scbwi.org/events/is-your-pitch-strong-enough-to-hook-an-agent-or-editor/
Not ready to publish? Then, check out this workshop:
NOVEL WRITING: A GREAT BEGINNING
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Richland Public Library
6:00– 7:00 p.m.WE will look at ways to make sure your story starts off strong and stays strong. We will cover important topics like making sure you have a solid premise, crafting a great hook and how to raise the stakes. Get ready to take your writing to the next level. Presented by: Michelle A. Hansen, author of PAINTED BLIND (2012) and BEFORE THEY FIND US (2013). Register today at www.michelleahansen.com/registration. The workshop is FREE OF CHARGE, hosted by the Richland Public Library and Rivers of Ink Writers Conference.
We are pleased to announce that Genevieve Nine of the Andrea Hurst Literary Agency will be attending Rivers of Ink this October. More details and information to come!
Rivers of Ink is now accepting proposals for presentations for our October 10-11th, 2014 conference.
Please read the following carefully and be sure to submit all required materials. Incomplete applications will be rejected.Now in its sixth year, Rivers of Ink focuses on high quality writing, submissions, the road to publication as well as life as a published author. We offer a variety of classes for all levels and interests. Special features include keynote speakers, workshops, book sales featuring books by conference presenters, a meet-and-greet reception at Bookwalter Winery and more. The two-day conference offers eighteen workshops. RIO provides a mix of sessions on the craft of writing, publishing and genre topics. Presenters are paid an honorarium ($105 for a 75-minute workshops). Lodging and transportation are only paid for Keynote speakers, but a stipend is available to those traveling more than 100 miles. Rivers of Ink Writers Conference is held at the Richland Public Library, Richland, WA.
Submission Instructions:Obtain an application form (below). Please email all requested materials as attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org Include RIVERS OF INK PRESENTATION APPLICATION in the subject line. Application deadline: May 31, 2014.
Proposals MUST include all of the following:
- Completed Application
- Detailed description of presentation topic, plus a 50 word summary of the topic
- A list of three things people will learn from this presentation
- Current resume, including courses you have taught and location, public speaking experience, publication credentials
- 2-3 references.
- Color photograph and a 50-word biography for use in the conference program
Selection Process:Applications are reviewed by the ROI Planning Committee. Selections are based on appropriateness of content for the conference program, topic, and presenter expertise on topic.