Two-Day Writing Seminar at The Book Cellar in Chicago

Monday, January 4, 2010

Hey, Chicago writers, emerging writers and wanna-be writers!

Due to your requests, I have added and will be teaching a two-day, intensive writing seminar Friday, January 22, and Saturday, January 23.

Cost is $155.00 per person, and classes will run from 6-9:30 p.m. on Friday and from 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on Saturday (followed by a par-tee!).

My seminar focuses on "finding your voice, finding your way, and finding your agent," and it's truly an amazing adventure to be a part of ... writing groups have formed from my previous classes, agents have been piqued by prospective works, and long-lasting friendships have been formed. Most importantly, you will write and you will learn about real-world publishing and how to make it in this world.

We need 10 to make this a go!

The Book Cellar is a fabulous indy bookstore located in the heart of Lincoln Square (4736-38 N. Lincoln Avenue; 773-293-2665). What's especially cool is that they pair books and wine (Could there be a more fabulous idea?). So, we'll drink and learn. Wouldn't that have made sophomore year so much more doable?

RSVP for this one is directly through my man, Gary ... gary@waderouse.com

For more about the event, go to the following link:

http://www.bookcellarinc.com/calendar/index.php

Sorry for the short notice, but hope this works out! I love teaching these classes; I always promised myself -- after being dissed by so many writers in the past -- that I would try to give back as much as possible whenever I was asked. That's why I try and make the sessions so intensive and affordable.

xx,
Wade

1 Comments:

Blogger Heidi said...

AAAWWW, Wade. You have made me cry dammit! Thanks, as always, for your gift to speak the heartfelt truth. It certainly resonates with me. I love all of your books, and the vulnerability that seems to just accompany you. You've got a lifelong fan in MN!! Have a happy and prosperous new year!! (Hi to Gary too!!)
Heidi

January 11, 2010 at 10:11 AM  

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