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  • 2017-08/26 Flash Fiction with Lisa Kessler
    Short stories are an important part of your craft toolbox. Lisa Kessler will cover the basics of short story writing and flash fiction. We’ll study the short story arc, character building in minimal words, and we’ll focus on making every word count. Lisa Kessler has published multiple short stories in print anthologies and magazines. Her vampire […]
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  • 2017-10/29 Time in Memoir—A Chronology of Its Own with Judy Reeves
    Not every memoir is told in chronological order. In fact, most memoirs move both forward and backward in time, slip-sliding from past to present and back again. The most successful memoirs aren’t simply a recounting of events, but the memoirist’s discovery of the connections among events that were not necessarily sequential and weaving those events […]
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  • Interview with Travel Writer Ray Bartlett by Hayden Royster
    Ray Bartlett has been writing guidebooks for Lonely Planet, Insight Guides, and Moon for over a decade, and his work appears in numerous newspapers, magazines, radio, and online publications.  The author of Sunsets of Tulum, a dark love story set in exotic Yucatan, and the forthcoming novel The Potter’s Daughter, set in southern Japan, he is […]
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  • 2017-09/14 The Art of the Personal Essay with Molly Larson Cook
    Learn to compose thought-provoking and publishable personal essays about topics that interest you from today’s news to your favorite places in nature, family memories and more.  The personal essay is not the 5-paragraph essay you learned in school but a more reflective form that takes the writer and reader on an unhurried stroll from first […]
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  • 2017-08/06 Character Development Workshop with Cornelia Feye
    Creating compelling and believable characters is one of the most important and enjoyable facets of being a writer. In this workshop we will practice building characters, getting to know them, making them believable, and giving them human flaws through writing exercises and group discussions. We will also explore our characters’ motivations, a driving force of […]
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  • 2017-09/23 The Artist’s Way with Kristen Fogle and Lydia Lea Real
    Have you been trying to muster up the energy to complete your creative project for a while now? Are you recently retired, perhaps, and looking to get back into that artistic hobby you always loved before LIFE took over? Or maybe you work in an artistic field, always on other people’s projects…just never on your […]
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  • 2017-07/16 Late Night Write with Kristen Fogle
    Free to members! $5 for nonmembers. Bring food and drink to share! We’ll provide some wine and munchies too. It’s a time to write while surrounded by other writers. Writing is a lonely occupation and coffee shops aren’t for everyone. We get it. That’s why we do the twice weekly Room to Write sessions for […]
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  • 2017-07/30 Third Hour Poems – Poem-Making with Jim Moreno
    Join City Heights poet Jim Moreno for his summer series poetry workshop at the Ink Spot writing room of San Diego Writers, Ink.  Six to eleven local poets enjoyed Moreno’s 3 month series of writing social justice poetry in April, May, & June in the personal stew of memoir as vouchsafed by Moreno’s mentor/friend, the […]
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  • 2017-07/29 As Painting, So Poetry (Ut pictura poesis) with Jeanine Webb
    It has been said that “writing about music is like dancing about architecture.” But what about poets writing about art and artists? Is writing about painting like dancing about astrophysics, or dancing about politics, for example? Visual art and poetry have been dance partners for hundreds, even thousands of years. This creative writing course in […]
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  • 2017-07/13 The Marketing Pyramid with Penn Wallace
    Penn Wallace has built a marketing process that works for him, based on layers on top of layers of actionable items. Wallace starts with defining your target audience and building your brand (and platform) and move on to such things as choosing how to publish, how to build a mailing list, mailing list promotions, cross […]
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  • 2017-07/20 Define Your Target Audience with Penn Wallace
    Step #1 of the Marketing Pyramid is knowing who you are writing for. What are their likes and dislikes? What books are they reading now? What do they want to see in your genre? This course will investigate the process of defining your target audience, then testing to see if you are hitting it. You […]
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  • 2017-07/27 Build Your Author Brand with Penn Wallace
    You as an author need to build your brand. When you published your first work, you became a celebrity. Now learn how to manage that celebrity to effectively drive book sales. Who is the persona that you want to sell to your audience? Your author self may be different that your real self. Learn how […]
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  • 2017-08/03 Join the Writers’ Community and Connect with Readers with Penn Wallace
    Writing is not a lonely profession. The more people you can network with, the better you’ll do. Both in developing your writing style, attracting an audience and selling your books. You will learn how to connect with other writers in your genre (and even not in your genre). Michael Connelly is Wallace’s idol. Imagine Wallace’s […]
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  • 07/31 Deadline for Submissions to A Year In Ink VOLUME 11 (2018)
    A Year in Ink (YII) is an anthology of the creative work of San Diego County writers, published each year by San Diego Writers, Ink. The annual publication represents a sampling of the tangible results of our community’s diligent scribblers. Volume 11 will include short stories, novel and memoir excerpts, creative nonfiction, satire, flash fiction […]
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  • 2017-07/09 Second Sunday Author Series at the Women’s Museum: Mona de Vestel
    NOTE NEW START TIME Join us for this month’s Second Sunday Author Series with writer Mona de Vestel who will be reading from her published novel, One-String Guitar. This award-winning novel will take us on an odyssey from the land of a thousand hills in Rwanda to the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota. It is […]
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  • 2017-08/10 The Crime Novel: A Workshop with Aaron Philip Clark
    THE CRIME NOVEL: A WORKSHOP will focus on the basic principles involved in writing crime fiction.  This course is beneficial for those aspiring to write genre fiction; such as: crime, noir, detective, and thriller. Students will analyze story elements; such as: narrative structure, character, plot, theme, style, and troupes. Students will read short stories and […]
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  • 2017-07/11 Scrivener with Kim Keeline
    Scrivener is writing software (for Mac or PC) which helps keep you organized and on track. Switch between outline/writing/photos/research and keep everything together. A unique tagging system, backups (and the ability to compare between past versions and the current version of a draft), and a simple but powerful interface makes it one of the best […]
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  • 2017-07/16 Coming Out Stories Reading
    In celebration of SD LGBT Pride 2017, and in honor of the 20th anniversary of EllenDeGeneres’ ground-breaking, ground-shaking “Coming Out” episode on her sitcom Ellen, San Diego Writers, Ink is sponsoring a special “Coming Out Stories” event. What does “coming out” mean to you? We selected a few stories from all the submissions we received […]
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  • 2017-06/30 to 07/02 DNSE.af Show (Pop-up Art Show and Performances)
    DENSITY n. c.1600, from French densité (16c.), from Old French dempsité (13c.), from Latin densitas “thickness,” from densus “thick, dense” (see dense ). 1. The state or quality of being dense; compactness; closely set or crowded condition. Featuring works by: Chris Bennett, Bryan & Ryan, Daniel Barron Corrales, Joey Edwards, Yasmine Kasem, Alexander Khonke, Bob […]
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  • 2017-09/17 Navigating the Social Media World For Beginners with Maggie Espinosa
    Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media doesn’t have to be difficult. This class will teach you how to cruise through the murky waters of hashtags, @ signs, and tweets. We’ll cover how to: set up an account  write an effective bio  post quality content  find organic followers  take stellar photos  create your personal hashtag  […]
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  • 2017-07/22 Summer Poems – The Muse by the Sea with Molly Larson Cook
    Hot town!  Summer in the city!  It’s a great time to rouse your poetry Muse and celebrate the season as so many poets before have done.  We’ll take a look at some of those poetic tributes to summer and consider what it is about this season that inspires us – even in our city of […]
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  • 1st Thurs Screenwriting Group with Carlos de los Rios
    This monthly read and critique group allows participants to have pages of their material read aloud in a classic R&C format. But the group also focuses on sharing new developments in the field of writing for the movies. Writers of all levels are welcome to come and share their material in a group setting and […]
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  • 2017-07/16 Street Talk: Crafting Moody Dialog for Genre Stories with Matt Phillips
    This two-hour course will help genre writers craft moody dialog for stories of crime, mystery, and mayhem. We’ll also discuss strategies for integrating captured speech into stories-in-progress. Helpful for those looking to craft and revise realistic dialog. Bring writing materials for the workshop portion of class; samples of successful dialog will be provided by the […]
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  • Coming Out Stories–SDWI’s Pride 2017 Event
    In celebration of SD LGBT Pride 2017, and in honor of the 20th anniversary of Ellen Degeneres’s ground-breaking, ground-shaking “Coming Out” episode on her sitcom Ellen, San Diego Writers, Ink is sponsoring a special “Coming Out Stories” event. Tell us your unique “coming out” story—coming out to your best friend, your parents, the very first […]
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  • Experiencing July’s Camp NaNoWriMo by Lily Schultz
    Every November, the online writing community starts humming with urgency as thousands of writers from across the globe rush to meet the 50,000 word goal by the end of the month. The event has been going on since 1999, when twenty-one writers from the San Fransisco Bay Area had an idea. That idea has expanded […]
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