Nancy Sakaduski

Sunday, March 19, 2017: Nancy Sakaduski on writing contests

Nancy Sakaduski on writing contests. Nancy is the author of 23 books, including How to Write Winning Short Stories, editor of the Rehoboth Beach Reads series, and owner of Cat & Mouse Press. She runs the annual Rehoboth Beach Reads Short Story Contest and curates the free weekly online newspaper, Writing is a Shore Thing, which is packed with… Read more »

Sunday, April 9, 2017: Denise Clemons on world building

Denise Clemons on world building. Denise has written “Cape Flavors,” a weekly food column for the home cook in the Cape Gazette since 2005. She offers nutrition workshops, cooking demonstrations and presentations on topics related to food, history and world building. Her book, A Culinary History of Southern Delaware, was published by Arcadia / The History Press… Read more »

Sunday, May 21, 2017: Dennis Lawson on mystery/noir

Dennis Lawson on mystery/noir. Dennis received an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Delaware Division of the Arts as the 2014 Emerging Artist in Fiction. His stories have appeared in the Fox Chase Review, the Rehoboth Beach Reads anthology series, and the crime collection Insidious Assassins. He has an MFA from Rutgers-Camden, and he is an adjunct instructor at… Read more »

Billie Travalini

Sunday, June 18, 2017: Billie Travalini on memoir

Billie Travalini on memoir. Billie is the author of Bloodsisters, the first version of which was a finalist for the Bakeless Literary Prize, James Jones Prize, and won the Lewes Clark Discovery Award. She is the editor of On the Mason Dixon Line and No Place Like Here. Billie has received two Individual Artist Fellowships from the Delaware Division of the Arts,… Read more »

Sunday, July 16, 2017: Marcella Harte on working with artists

Marcella Harte will present on working with artists. Marcella has been fascinated with art and illustration since childhood. She earned a bachelor of fine arts at Philadelphia’s University of the Arts. Her cover art of Gamera for the All-Out Monster Revolt Online Magazine showcases her talents in the monstrous and fantastic. Her publishing credits also include the anthology The Stories in… Read more »

Sunday, August 20, 2017: Rebecca Dowling and JM Reinbold on working with your local indie bookstore

Rebecca Dowling is the Owner of The Hockessin Book Shelf, a new & used bookstore in Hockessin De which has been open for 15 years. Rebecca will be joined by JM Reinbold. The Workshop Rebecca will be presenting on how to work with your local indie bookstore, including consignment, signings, events & self-marketing. Joanne will discuss the Hockessin Art… Read more »

Sunday, September 17, 2017: Lois Hoffman on Write! Publish! Sell!.

Lois Hoffman on Write! Publish! Sell!. Lois is the author of The Self-Publishing Roadmap, The Almost Perfect Birthday Party, and Write a Book, Grow Your Business.  She is the owner of The Happy Self-Publisher and offers many workshops on the writing and publishing process.          

Sunday, October 15, 2017: Shannon Connor Winward on submitting

Shannon Connor Winward on submitting. Shannon is the author of the Elgin Award winning poetry chapbook Undoing Winter. Her stories have been published in Persistent Visions, Cast of Wonders, Psuedopod, Gargoyle, Spinetingler Magazine, Scigentasy, Flash Fiction Online, Plasma Frequency Magazine, and PANK, as well as in genre anthologies on both sides of the Atlantic. Her… Read more »

Sunday, November 19, 2017: Gail Husch on historical fiction

Gail Husch on historical fiction. Gail is the author of The Button Field, owner of Barley Mill Press, and a Professor of Art History at Goucher College.

Sunday, December 17, 2017: Liz DeJesus on “Fairy Tale Retelling: Old tales in new skins”

Liz DeJesus will present her workshop, “Fairy Tale Retelling: Old tales in new skins.” Liz was born on the tiny island of Puerto Rico. She is a novelist, freelance writer, writing coach and a poet. She has been writing for as long as she was capable of holding a pen. She is the author of The… Read more »

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  • Nancy Sakaduski

    Sunday, March 19, 2017: Nancy Sakaduski on writing contests

    Nancy Sakaduski on writing contests. Nancy is the author of 23 books, including How to Write Winning Short Stories, editor of the Rehoboth Beach Reads series, and owner of Cat & Mouse Press. She runs the annual Rehoboth Beach Reads Short Story Contest and curates the free weekly online newspaper, Writing is a Shore Thing, which is packed with… Read more »

  • Sunday, April 9, 2017: Denise Clemons on world building

    Denise Clemons on world building. Denise has written “Cape Flavors,” a weekly food column for the home cook in the Cape Gazette since 2005. She offers nutrition workshops, cooking demonstrations and presentations on topics related to food, history and world building. Her book, A Culinary History of Southern Delaware, was published by Arcadia / The History Press… Read more »

  • Sunday, May 21, 2017: Dennis Lawson on mystery/noir

    Dennis Lawson on mystery/noir. Dennis received an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Delaware Division of the Arts as the 2014 Emerging Artist in Fiction. His stories have appeared in the Fox Chase Review, the Rehoboth Beach Reads anthology series, and the crime collection Insidious Assassins. He has an MFA from Rutgers-Camden, and he is an adjunct instructor at… Read more »

  • Billie Travalini

    Sunday, June 18, 2017: Billie Travalini on memoir

    Billie Travalini on memoir. Billie is the author of Bloodsisters, the first version of which was a finalist for the Bakeless Literary Prize, James Jones Prize, and won the Lewes Clark Discovery Award. She is the editor of On the Mason Dixon Line and No Place Like Here. Billie has received two Individual Artist Fellowships from the Delaware Division of the Arts,… Read more »

  • Sunday, July 16, 2017: Marcella Harte on working with artists

    Marcella Harte will present on working with artists. Marcella has been fascinated with art and illustration since childhood. She earned a bachelor of fine arts at Philadelphia’s University of the Arts. Her cover art of Gamera for the All-Out Monster Revolt Online Magazine showcases her talents in the monstrous and fantastic. Her publishing credits also include the anthology The Stories in… Read more »

  • Sunday, August 20, 2017: Rebecca Dowling and JM Reinbold on working with your local indie bookstore

    Rebecca Dowling is the Owner of The Hockessin Book Shelf, a new & used bookstore in Hockessin De which has been open for 15 years. Rebecca will be joined by JM Reinbold. The Workshop Rebecca will be presenting on how to work with your local indie bookstore, including consignment, signings, events & self-marketing. Joanne will discuss the Hockessin Art… Read more »

  • Sunday, September 17, 2017: Lois Hoffman on Write! Publish! Sell!.

    Lois Hoffman on Write! Publish! Sell!. Lois is the author of The Self-Publishing Roadmap, The Almost Perfect Birthday Party, and Write a Book, Grow Your Business.  She is the owner of The Happy Self-Publisher and offers many workshops on the writing and publishing process.          

  • Sunday, October 15, 2017: Shannon Connor Winward on submitting

    Shannon Connor Winward on submitting. Shannon is the author of the Elgin Award winning poetry chapbook Undoing Winter. Her stories have been published in Persistent Visions, Cast of Wonders, Psuedopod, Gargoyle, Spinetingler Magazine, Scigentasy, Flash Fiction Online, Plasma Frequency Magazine, and PANK, as well as in genre anthologies on both sides of the Atlantic. Her… Read more »

  • Sunday, November 19, 2017: Gail Husch on historical fiction

    Gail Husch on historical fiction. Gail is the author of The Button Field, owner of Barley Mill Press, and a Professor of Art History at Goucher College.

  • Sunday, December 17, 2017: Liz DeJesus on “Fairy Tale Retelling: Old tales in new skins”

    Liz DeJesus will present her workshop, “Fairy Tale Retelling: Old tales in new skins.” Liz was born on the tiny island of Puerto Rico. She is a novelist, freelance writer, writing coach and a poet. She has been writing for as long as she was capable of holding a pen. She is the author of The… Read more »