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PROFESSIONAL SERIES WORKSHOPS: Thursday 8:30 am Check-In
INTENSIVES: Thursday 8:30 am Check-In
WRITE CANADA CONFERENCE: Thursday 11am Check-In
WORKSHOPS: Thurs
2pm, 3:30pm | Friday: Continuing Classes | Sat 9am, 10:15am, 11:30am, 1:45pm

THURSDAY: WORKSHOPS
2:00 PM – 3:15 PM
Donna Faucette
A1. Chicken Soup: Making Your Way Into The Kitchen
Donna Fawcett
Chicken Soup for the Soul is a household name in anthologies. Most authors hope to get a story published with this publishing company. Donna Fawcett, three times published with the Chicken Soup publishing company offers tips on how to get that story ready and submitted so it has a better chance of acceptance. She will cover topics such as: guidelines, editing, story preparation, finding topics. She will share tips from publisher Amy Newmark. If you are serious about breaking into the short story or magazine market, this is a great place to start.
Catherine DeVries
A2. That’s My Byline: The Advantages of Writing Periodicals
Catherine DeVries
Many writers feel frustrated by the slow (and oftentimes difficult) process of becoming published as a book author. Writing for periodicals provides many benefits: writing experience, publishing experience, working with a publisher/managing editor, getting paid more quickly, and also gaining valuable skills interviewing people, and honing skills on what makes a good story. As overseer of a few publications, Catherine speaks about the value of writing for periodicals for adults.
Ron Hughes
A3. Effective Public Presentation – Live or On Air (Radio), Part 1
Ron Hughes
This workshop offers a low-stress response to a high-stress subject.  It will help you develop skills for effective communication in public presentations, whether to a live audience or through the media.  We will look at practical matters like: maximizing the impact of your voice, beating the jitters, learning to listen to yourself, using time and timing to your advantage, reading your audience, bringing your written words to life, and preparing for media interviews.  We will focus on the specific interests of the participants in each session, tailoring the content to meet their needs.
Participants will have opportunity to experiment with their skills and learn from each other in a supportive environment.
Krysia Lear
A4. Making It as a Freelancer
Krysia Lear
If you’re an editor or writer who wants to grow your freelance business or wondering if running your own business is for you, this workshop will equip you with practical information.
In Making It as a Freelancer, we’ll look at three keys for building a viable business: being skilled at our craft, using effective marketing tools, and following good business practices. In honing our craft, we’ll look at how we improve our skills and adapt to changing markets. Marketing ourselves includes figuring out our calling and focus, setting rates to earn an income, finding and maintaining clients, and making effective use of networking and social media. On the business side, we’ll look at creating a plan of action, keeping records — and using them, and creating polices to protect ourselves.
The workshop will provide you with strategies and tips based on sound principles and our hard-won experience.
Tim Beals
A5. Comprehensive Guide to Agents and Agenting
Tim Beals
Who needs an agent? When is a writer ready to seek out an agent? Where do authors go to find the best agent for their writing? What are agents looking for in a writer?
A good agent can make all the difference in the world to your writing aspirations. A bad agent can do more harm than good. This workshop will cover everything you need to know about preparing your work for an agent, deciding how, when, and whether to seek an agent, and learning how to successfully work with an agent. You’ll discover what agents do and how they do it, from an insider’s perspective.
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3:30 PM – 4:45 PM

Joy Kita
B1. Writing for the Middle-Grade Market
Joy Kita
The middle grade market is growing (exploding) and the need for excellent characters is at its highest. The middle grade market is character driven. Writing good characters that are compelling with authentic voices has never been more challenging.
This workshop focuses on creating dynamic characters, each with authentic voice, behaviour, and style. Come away with new zeal and a better understanding of how to create believable characters.
Bret van Staalduinen
B2. The Truest Stories, Well Told: Creative nonfiction as faithful storytelling
Brent van Staalduinen
Lee Gutkind, the founder and editor of Creative Nonfiction Magazine, defines the genre as “true stories, well told.” The emphasis here, of course, is on story, the universal means by which we have been communicating meaning for as long as we have been able to utilize language.
In recent years, creative nonfiction—i.e. true stories that lean on narrative to convey fact—has become the dominant nonfiction form, particularly in the commercial publishing world. Memoir, biography, travelogue, and essay now rely as much on the fundamental elements of story—plot, setting, character, metaphor, and so on—as they do on dates and times and places, the traditional “meat” of nonfiction craft.
For the truth-supplied Christian writer, creative nonfiction is a breath of fresh air, allowing us to move beyond simply crafting true stories, and towards the truest stories, well told.
Sherry Stahl
B3. Writing Over HurdlesWriting through pain and delays
Sherry Stahl
Does the pen on your page sometimes seem more like a paperweight than the instrument to record your greatest manuscript? Is your brain foggy with jumbled thoughts because the heartaches of life are dragging you down? Has your spirit been made heavy with delays that you’re beginning to give up hope?
You don’t write a book titled, WATER IN THE DESERT without going through a few deserts of your own! Continuing to write through pain and delays is what brought me to a place of spiritual growth and strength that I’d love to share with you. In this workshop we’ll unpack the issues that can weigh us down and keep our feet on the ground. My prayer is that by the end of our time together you’re feet are beginning to lift and you’ll be on your way to Jumping Over Hurdles!
Tim Beals
B4. An Introduction to Book Publishing: The Publishing Process for A to Z
Tim Beals
There are three ways to publish your book today, not just one or two.
In this workshop we’ll explore traditional publishing, self-publishing, and custom publishing, plus the advantages and drawbacks to each.Because control has shifted from publishers to authors in recent years, you will learn how to decide which approach to take for your next project, the secret to success no matter what publishing option you choose, plus the costs and benefits of each option (in time, money, and opportunity). Book publishing is a complex process; this session will keep your project on track with sound counsel from a 35-year publishing veteran.
Cynthia Ruchti
B5. Deepening the Emotional Connection
Cynthia Ruchti
Our stories, articles, devotions, novels remain like stick figures on a piece of notebook paper, mere words—ink scratches—until we find a way to engage the emotions as well as the intellect of the reader. But all we have to work with is those ink scratches and the patterns in which they’re arranged.
If storytelling—fiction or nonfiction—communicates well, it will be because the author found a way to deepen the emotional connection with his or her reader. Sometimes it’s as simple a process as taking one step closer. In this workshop, we’ll uncover techniques and approaches that ensure our words will reach their intended goal—persuading, encouraging, entertaining, moving to action…
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FRIDAY: CONTINUING CLASSES

Dennis Hassel
CC1. Scripture as Script: Learn to turn ANY passage into a dramatic sketch
Dennis Hassell
“Jesus never spoke to the people without using Parables” – Mark 4:34. The power of all scriptural stories is that they are still happening today. From the disobedience of Adam and Eve to the revelation of John. Dramatizing these stories, incarnating biblical ideas, is translating the Bible to a biblically illiterate culture.What is more Christian than incarnating God’s Word? Veteran faith-based scriptwriter Dennis J. Hassell walks you through a simple, practical, systematic approach to dramatizing scripture, both for collective creation and for a solo writer.
This includes manifesting scriptural themes through fictionalizing real life stories.With each story the individual answers will change, so we give you the creative questions that will never change. We can’t make you take a leap of imagination, but we can show you how it’s possible to put your self into scriptures timeless tales. In just five hours, small groups will create, and enact, a short sketch out of scripture.TAKE-HOME: worksheet templates for employing all you’ve learned to any scriptural story or passage. You will sweat. You will laugh. Together.
Ron Hughes
Ruth Waring
CC2. Iographies and Memoirs: Writing Your Story or Someone Else’s
Ron Hughes and Ruth Waring
Memories are a gentle reflection of the journey we call Life. Come and discover the value of recording those moments. Learn how to be motivated and encouraged and how to ward off the intimidation elephant. Gain some insight writing another person’s story. Acquire some techniques for effective writing and apply them in on-the-spot writing exercises.
All you need is a pen or pencil and a willingness to enjoy some fun and interaction as you discover the story in you! (Material will be provided.)
CC3. Writing on Social Responsibility
Amber Van Schooneveld – Compassion Canada
The Church is in a period of awakening to the role God desires it to play in responding to the great needs of our time, such as extreme poverty, injustice and oppression. And as writers, we also have a key role to play.
In this continuing class, we’ll discuss how to write about social issues in a vivid and concrete way, how to share personal experiences in a way that moves others, how to balance sharing both need and hope, how to write in a way that surprises rather than shames, and how to write to empower others and encourage partnership rather than perpetuating stereotypes of those you seek to help. We’ll also explore the spiritual aspects of writing and how to stay healthy while writing about pain and brokenness. Throughout the class, we’ll practice what we’re learning through interactive writing exercises.
Tamela Hancock Murray
CC4. Everything You Needed to Know About Romance
Tamela Hancock Murray
“I think my novel is a romance. It has romance in it.” Many authors say this, but just because a novel contains a romantic thread doesn’t mean it will work for a category romance publisher. And a category romance novel will not work for a trade book publisher.
Confused? You won’t be after attending this continuing session. Tamela Hancock Murray, a literary agent with The Steve Laube Agency, specializes in category romance and trade book novels. Join her for a lively and interesting discussion about where your book belongs in today’s market, how to break in to this thriving market, and what your career as a novelist might look like.
We will also discuss how to bring your work into focus with a winning proposal, including a discussion on how to be a positive presence on social media, to gain the attention of agents and editors.
This session belongs to you, the authors. Tamela will tailor the class so each writer has a chance to address concerns and questions. Join us for a class that will give you the clarity and knowledge you need to be your most romantic self!
Jennifer Dornbush
CC5. Forensic Science Boot Camp
Jennifer Dornbush
Writers who want to incorporate authentic forensic elements can find it daunting to know where to start. If you struggle to sound authentic when writing forensics into your story, this class is for you.
In a two-part workshop, Jennifer will take you through a mini-forensic science boot camp, much like the one she went through that birthed her book, Forensic Speak. You’ll gain a thorough overview of the forensic field and discover the best resources out there. Jennifer will introduce you to forensic shortcuts that will reduce your research hours so you gain more writing time! Most importantly, you will acquire ways to authenticate your work while keeping the entertainment value front and center of your project.You’ll leave this workshop leaps and bounds ahead in your forensic knowledge. And you’ll be equipped to take your next story from generic to exceptional!
Cynthia Ruchti
CC6. The Anatomy of a Novel
Cynthia Ruchti
From every writing instructor comes a new angle, a different approach, a set of helps that together form a “body” of education on the subject of how to write a publishable novel.
In this continuing class, we’ll look at the anatomy of a novel—its skeletal structure, circulatory system, muscles, nervous system, its heart, mind, soul, and strength. We’ll examine how writers can use our understanding of the Creator God’s intricate design for the systems of the human body to help us create healthy, thriving, vital novels. Germane to the subject is the how the unique anatomy of novelists—the ways we function best, what solidifies our individual ideas about a book worth writing, and how to take advantage of our strengths—affects the novels we write. We’ll answer questions like, “Are we building caricatures or characters?” “How do we keep the book’s circulatory system healthy?” “How does a novel come alive in the hands of a reader?” “What threatens a novel’s immune system?” “Is our novel’s skeleton suffering from arthritis?” “Diabetes?” “Bloating?” “Anemia?” We’ll celebrate new angles of conquering old hiccups in our writing and walk away with practical ideas for breathing life into our stories.
CC7. Kobo Series – The Inside Scoop: To publish, self-publish or create an e-book
Mark Lefebvre
How to Self-Publish an eBook using Kobo Writing Life: If you’re interested in embarking on self-publishing and want to see the step by step processing of setting up a book, Mark Lefebvre, Director of Self-Publishing and Author Relations for Kobo walks step by step through setting up a Kobo Writing Life account and uploading an eBook.
Selling Globally with Kobo & Kobo Writing Life: Authors who are already self-published will benefit from a deeper understanding of the various global markets that Kobo sells into (Kobo sells in 190 different countries around the world), what merchandisers are looking for, the genres that sell the best and other informative tips to help authors succeed in a global market.
Optimizing your Author Brand and International Sales: Readers don’t buy books based on the publisher; they often buy books from authors whose work they admire. That’s why solidifying your author brand is as critical as any other step in the publishing process. Whether you are self-published or traditionally published, creating and maintaining a solid and clear author brand is important. Learn the basics to keep the right readers interested in YOUR books.
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SATURDAY: 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Jennifer Dornbush
C1. Anatomy of a Mystery: Crafting Better Crime Fiction
Jennifer Dornbush
What makes for a best selling suspense? What elements go into a top box office thriller? How do you craft a crowd-pleasing TV crime drama?
In this workshop you’ll learn foundational principles of crime and mystery writing that will help you ramp up the intrigue, suspense, and thrill of your next project – whether short story, novel, film, or other media! This seminar focuses primarily structure, creating better tension, deeper character development, and building successful and suspenseful evidence trails.
Prerequisite viewing: Prisoners Who should attend? Beginning & Emerging crime and mystery writers.Writers looking to sharpen/elevate their crime writing skills, develop more authentic story telling, jump start a new crime story, or gain a competitive edge.
Brenda J Wood
C2. Righting Funny: Part 1
Brenda Wood
Every life benefits from a little laughter. A serious topic cries out for something, anything, to soften a sour mood. Everyone enjoys a good laugh and if they don’t, it’s time they learned how!
How To Right Funny addresses the neglected topic of humour, because we don’t always handle it well in our speeches, books, stories or short plays.This is an interactive workshop; therefore I do not expect to do all the work! (Hint: I’m hiding some of the answers on the handouts!) We’ll deal with topics like: When and how to use humour; Laughter’s health benefits; Is God funny; why/why not?; When is humour in bad taste?; When and how to use props; Using humour to your advantage.; And a few more I haven’t thought of yet!
Cynthia Ruchti
C3. The Writer’s Couch: An alphabet of writer concerns and their answers
Cynthia Ruchti
Whether you’ve been writing for a few days or many years, you know that choosing to write—and more specifically choosing to write with eternity’s values in view—presents unique life challenges and decisions.
Do I need an agent? If so, which one? Should I quit my day job? How do I conquer rejection-itis? Do I have to compromise my story in order to get published? How can I meet deadlines when the inspiration well is dry? How do I balance the business side and the ministry side of writing? If any of those questions—or dozens of others—nag at you, let’s spend some time talking it through. You may need a listening ear, a booster shot of courage, or practical tips. The Writer’s Couch is a place where you can find all of the above.
Catherine DeVries
C4. Fundamentals of Writing Children’s Literature
Catherine DeVries
Catherine can expertly highlight the top 5 publishing categories and offer tips for each of those categories. She will also pull in some valuable research from her vast experience in writing, editing, and attending conferences of her own. “We are definitely seeing children’s as the main growth sector of publishing and so this is a bright spot with potential for authors to break in.”
Davis Bunn
C5. Structuring Your Fiction
Davis Bunn
How do you make Outlining a successful component of a winning novel? And equally important, when is it vital not to outline at all?   In this workshop, we will examine the process from three different perspectives:
— First, how a successful outline will help you sell your story.
— Second, how to develop solid point of view and character through this process.
— Third, how to energize the creative process during the first draft.  This above all else is the key to good outlining.  We will examine methods used by other bestselling authors, and also discuss when the outlining process is best set aside.
Carolyn R. Wilker
C6. Telling a True Story: Creative Non-Fiction, Part 1
Carolyn R. Wilker
Have you had an experience that made you see the world in a new way? Or a family story, or two, that you want to share with the next generation? Come and discover important elements of creative nonfiction that will help you achieve your goal. Come prepared to brainstorm and begin to write the story that’s bursting to be told.
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SATURDAY: 10:15 AM – 11:15 AM

Marcia Laycock
D1. Devotionals of Distinction
Marcia Laycock
Devotionals are one of the best ways for young writers to break into publishing their work. There is a wide market and demand for devotional writing and it is vital that writers learn to do it well. As I have judged devotional writing in several contests over the past few years, I began to recognize several flaws that repeatedly showed up in the submissions. This workshop is designed to counteract these weaknesses.
It will be of benefit to the beginner/intermediate writer who wants to try his/her hand at writing devotionals. It is a combination lecture style/workshop that will include topics such as Show don’t Tell, Avoiding Rabbit Trails and Packing an Emotional Punch.
Brenda J Wood
D2. Righting Funny: Part 2
Brenda Wood
Every life benefits from a little laughter. A serious topic cries out for something, anything, to soften a sour mood. Everyone enjoys a good laugh and if they don’t, it’s time they learned how!
How To Right Funny addresses the neglected topic of humour, because we don’t always handle it well in our speeches, books, stories or short plays.This is an interactive workshop; therefore I do not expect to do all the work! (Hint: I’m hiding some of the answers on the handouts!) We’ll deal with topics like: When and how to use humour; Laughter’s health benefits; Is God funny; why/why not?; When is humour in bad taste?; When and how to use props; Using humour to your advantage.; And a few more I haven’t thought of yet!
Kimberley Payne
D3. Re-purpose Your Writing: Give Renewed Life to Your Writing Through Podcast: Part 1
Kimberly Payne
In this 2-part workshop, we will explore what makes a podcast unique and why you should start a podcast. We will identify your message and your ideal listener. We will discuss how to create a title, cover art, intro and outro for your podcast. We will review the nuts and bolts of how to start recording your podcast including selecting a recording devise, recording platform, and recording software.
We will explore everything you need to know to record a solo or interview style podcast. We will discuss how to decide what topics to cover in your interviews as well as common mistakes many interviewers make and what to do instead. We will identify strategies for getting your podcast into iTunes New and Noteworthy and how to rank highly on iTunes. We will review ways to turn your podcast into videos, books, and blog posts.
Marcy Kennedy
D4. Plot, Goal, Motivation and Conflict
Marcy Kennedy
The secret to avoiding slow starts, sagging middles, and anticlimactic endings is story structure. This it true whether you like to discover your story as you go or outline before you write a single word. Knowing that a story should have three acts isn’t enough. An amazing plot requires so much more.
This workshop will start by explaining the foundational concepts of goals, motivations, and conflict (you don’t have a story at all without them!), and then move on to show you the plot points your book needs to include in order to work. You’ll also learn optional elements you can add when you need something to happen and you just don’t know what. The workshop will use many examples from published fiction so you can see how these plot points play out in successful books across various genres.
D5.  Do Good, Not Harm: Writing to Empower
Amber Van Schooneveld
Christians are uniquely positioned to bring a message of hope and redemption to a world broken by poverty, oppression and injustice. Writing can be a spiritual act of service that helps usher in the hope and change God desires for the world.
But the way we write about social issues can have a profound impact on ourselves, our readers and those we seek to help. In this workshop, we’ll explore how we can write in such a way that empowers and grants dignity to those in need rather than perpetuating the stereotypes of noble hero and helpless victim. We’ll explore how we can share both need and hope while tackling complex issues.
Carolyn R. Wilker
D6. Telling a True Story: Creative Non-Fiction, Part 2
Carolyn R. Wilker
Have you had an experience that made you see the world in a new way? Or a family story, or two, that you want to share with the next generation? Come and discover important elements of creative nonfiction that will help you achieve your goal. Come prepared to brainstorm and begin to write the story that’s bursting to be told.
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SATURDAY: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Dennis Hassel
E1. Creativity Kickstart: Practical ways to generate creative results
Dennis Hassell
“I don’t know what to write next!” This workshop creates a window onto a world you will want to explore. Get guidance from a wizened and scarred survivour of the writer’s wilderness: Dennis J. Hassell has been writing creatively since 1974. He leads you through techniques that blast light onto the phantom fears that bind us and blind us.
Beginners will not be intimidated. Advanced writers will not be bored. Get in the boat: we’re going through the rapids. Together.
Thomas Umstattd Jr
E2. Making the Internet Work for Your Book
Thomas Umstattd Jr. (via Skype)
Most author websites get very little attention and generate only a handful of book sales. In this class you will learn to avoid the common author website mistakes. You will also learn the secrets that will make your site great and your book sell.
Pre-Conference Bonus Workshop: Take advantage of a free webinar with Thomas Umstattd Jr. before the conference! Sign up with your name, phone number, and email to receive the log in information for Technology is Your Friend Not Your Master on Saturday, June 4 at 11:00 am EST. Feel more confident and show off how much you’ve learned at Write Canada. Technology is Your Friend Not Your Master
Kimberley Payne
E3. Re-purpose Your Writing: Give Renewed Life to Your Writing Through Podcast: Part 2
Kimberly Payne
In this 2-part workshop, we will explore what makes a podcast unique and why you should start a podcast. We will identify your message and your ideal listener. We will discuss how to create a title, cover art, intro and outro for your podcast. We will review the nuts and bolts of how to start recording your podcast including selecting a recording devise, recording platform, and recording software.
We will explore everything you need to know to record a solo or interview style podcast. We will discuss how to decide what topics to cover in your interviews as well as common mistakes many interviewers make and what to do instead. We will identify strategies for getting your podcast into iTunes New and Noteworthy and how to rank highly on iTunes. We will review ways to turn your podcast into videos, books, and blog posts.
Marcy Kennedy
E4. Deep Point of View
Marcy Kennedy
Do you want readers to be so caught up in your book that they forget they’re reading? Then you need deep POV. Deep POV takes the reader and places them inside of our characters—hearing their thoughts, feeling their emotions, and living the story through them. It builds a strong emotional connection between the reader and our characters, creates the feeling of a faster pace, and helps avoid point-of-view errors and telling rather than showing.
This workshop will take an in-depth, practical look at how to bring your fiction to the next level using deep POV. Please Note: This workshop will assume that you already understand the basics of point of view.
Panel Discussion
E5. Getting Published Is Just the Beginning: the Aftermath of Publication
Panel Discussion: Catherine DeVries, Donna Fawcett, Lisa Hall-Wilson, NJ Lindquist, Cynthia Ruchti and Sherry Stahl
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Carolyn R. Wilker
E6. Before the Editor Steps In: Self-Editing
Carolyn R. Wilker
You’ve written and rewritten. What can you do to further improve your work? Based on her work in editing fiction and nonfiction, instructor Carolyn R. Wilker will show you aspects besides spelling and grammar that you can fix before you hand it over to the professional.
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SATURDAY: 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM

Panel Discussion
F1. Vlogs and Blogs
Panel Discussion: Marcy Kennedy, Kimberley Payne and Sherry Stahl
Marcy Kennedy Kimberley Payne Sherry Stahl
Sarah Ball
F2. How to Start a Thriving Writers Group
Sarah Ball
It takes a village to raise a writer. Isolation is often accompanied with the pursuit of writing, but it doesn’t have to be. Writing groups are invaluable when it comes to support, accountability, equipping and networking writers together. Writers often complain that traditional writing groups quickly become stagnate or un-motivating, but it doesn’t have to be that way. This workshop will cover not only how to create a writing group but how to make it thrive.
Ron Hughes
F3. Effective Public Presentation – Live or On Air (Radio): Part 2
Ron Hughes
This workshop offers a low-stress response to a high-stress subject.  It will help you develop skills for effective communication in public presentations, whether to a live audience or through the media.  We will look at practical matters like: maximizing the impact of your voice, beating the jitters, learning to listen to yourself, using time and timing to your advantage, reading your audience, bringing your written words to life, and preparing for media interviews.  We will focus on the specific interests of the participants in each session, tailoring the content to meet their needs.
Participants will have opportunity to experiment with their skills and learn from each other in a supportive environment.
F4. Freelance Journalism: Pros / Cons, Writing Style, and Finding Publications
Lisa Hall-Wilson
Learn how to take one article and sell it in multiple places. Take one interview and craft it into unique articles for different markets. Freelancing gives you the freedom to choose your own topics and your own markets, but In Freelance Journalism: The How, What, When, Where learn how to maximize opportunities, sources, find stories you can sell, how to sell to more than one publication, and maximize your compensation.
Jean-Sébastien Morin
F5. Publier au Québec ou dans la Francophonie : Mission Impossible ?
Jean-Sébastien Morin
Votre mission si vous l’acceptez est de réussir à écrire un livre en français qui sera publié.. et lu. Quelles sont les réalités d’écrire en français en 2016 ? Cet atelier raconte l’incroyable parcours parsemé d’embuches de publier dans un monde où moins de 1% de la population est évangélique et où les éditeurs doivent parfois trouver des moyens créatifs d’arriver comme investir dans des mines en Afrique pour boucler les deux bouts !
Down in the trenches : Publishing in French : Mission Impossible?
Your mission should you choose to accept it is to succeed in A) publishing a book that 2) is actually going to be read by more than 400 people. What are the realities of writing in French in 2016? This workshop will tell the incredible story of a world where less than 1% of the population is Christian and where publishers need to resort to creative ways to finance their books such as investing in a mine in Africa!