Spokane Writers Conference: Annual conference sponsored by Spokane County Library District.Wordherders: Monthly meetings to discuss writing topics; multiple genres; networking (southeast Washington).
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Class 17524-5/14: The next class dates will be scheduled soon Tuition $150 $10 registration fee University of Washington campus - Seattle Max. Enrolled so far: 0 "Learn about plot, characterization, writing realistic and believable dialogue, and more."Nils Osmar, instructor, has written stories, articles, stage plays and screenplays, and has taught writing classes and other course for over twenty years.
He has written and published poems, magazine articles, short stories, stage plays and screenplays.
His short story collection, The Hungry Time, was published in 1996, and was featured on public radio.
Pacific Northwest Writers Association: Monthly programs, literary contest, annual conference.
Palouse Writers Guild (Moscow/Pullman): Networking resource that supports writers’ groups; author readings, workshops, writing contests, and conference attendance.
The class had such a profound impact on me that I immediately applied to graduate programs to pursue a Master’s Degree in creative writing.
I was fortunate to be accepted to a wonderful school in Los Angeles, and recently graduated with distinction.
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