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Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 5:00 PM EDT
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Saturday, October 13, 2018 at 6:00 PM EDT

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University of Tampa

401 W Kennedy Blvd
Tampa, FL 33606

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Florida Literary Arts Coalition
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Florida Literary Arts Coalition Other Words Conference

The Other Words Conference is sponsored by the Florida Literary Arts Coalition. Founded in 2004, FLAC is a nonprofit network of writers, teachers, editors, publishers, and sympathetic institutions collaborating to advance new writing and independent publishing throughout the state and region.

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Grand Slam--All Four Workshops

Attend all four workshops for a special price.

1 $120.00 each

Friday (9 a.m.) Nonfiction Workshop with Bob Kunzinger - Non student

In this workshop we will explore water as metaphor, for cleansing, for transition, for motion and time. Travel writing and water has always been closely linked, whether it be through the writings of Joseph Conrad, Paul Thereux, or Mark Twain. The very basic concept of "crossing over" or "riding it out" is explored in our own writing and the use of the journey theme. Participants should bring a few pages of original work in which the character experiences some epiphany, some internal transiti

1 $40.00 each

Friday (9 a.m.) Nonfiction workshop with Bob Kunzinger - Student Rate

(20 available)

In this workshop we will explore water as metaphor, for cleansing, for transition, for motion and time. Travel writing and water has always been closely linked, whether it be through the writings of Joseph Conrad, Paul Thereux, or Mark Twain. The very basic concept of "crossing over" or "riding it out" is explored in our own writing and the use of the journey theme. Participants should bring a few pages of original work in which the character experiences some epiphany, some internal transiti

1 $20.00 each

Friday (11:45) YA workshop with Pablo Cartaya - Non student

(18 available)

Writing for children and young adults is one of the great fields of literature. When done well, it has the potential to reach a wide audience and extend far beyond a publication date. But writing in this field is difficult. Nuances must be adhered to. Authenticity respected. This 75-minute workshop will aim to demystify some of the rules of the field, highlight the dearth of novels out there, and give writing prompts to channel the writer's inner youth. Wizards, Aliens, and warlock stories are c

1 $40.00 each

Friday (11:45) YA workshop with Pablo Cartaya--Student Rate

(18 available)

Writing for children and young adults is one of the great fields of literature. When done well, it has the potential to reach a wide audience and extend far beyond a publication date. But writing in this field is difficult. Nuances must be adhered to. Authenticity respected. This 75-minute workshop will aim to demystify some of the rules of the field, highlight the dearth of novels out there, and give writing prompts to channel the writer's inner youth. Wizards, Aliens, and warlock stories are c

1 $20.00 each

Saturday (9 a.m.) Poetry Workshop with Gerry LaFemina - Non Student

(18 available)

This workshop focuses on the old adage "Start with an image" to explore the energies of beginnings and endings and the stuff in the middle. Participants will generate new work and discuss the strategies of metaphor, the emotional depth of images, and the energies of leaving and approaching a lyric image.

1 $40.00 each

Saturday (9 a.m.) Poetry Workshop with Gerry LaFemina - Student Rate

(19 available)

This workshop focuses on the old adage "Start with an image" to explore the energies of beginnings and endings and the stuff in the middle. Participants will generate new work and discuss the strategies of metaphor, the emotional depth of images, and the energies of leaving and approaching a lyric image.

1 $20.00 each

Saturday (11:45) Fiction workshop with Jessica Anthony - Non student

(17 available)

Fiction Workshop, "How To Write A Killer Ending" Feeling stuck in the middle of a story? This workshop investigates the art of narrative subversion in short fiction, a plotting technique which has been used by short story writers from Ernest Hemingway and Flannery O'Connor to Junot Diaz, ZZ Packer, and Colum McCann. Bring with you a completed short story, an outline, or even just an idea--and something to write on or with. Join us and discover how to re-think the destinations of your fiction.

1 $40.00 each

Saturday (11:45) Fiction workshop with Jessica Anthony - Student Rate

(19 available)

Fiction Workshop, "How To Write A Killer Ending" Feeling stuck in the middle of a story? This workshop investigates the art of narrative subversion in short fiction, a plotting technique which has been used by short story writers from Ernest Hemingway and Flannery O'Connor to Junot Diaz, ZZ Packer, and Colum McCann. Bring with you a completed short story, an outline, or even just an idea--and something to write on or with. Join us and discover how to re-think the destinations of your fiction.

1 $20.00 each

Individual Manuscript Consultations

25 pgs fiction, poetry, or nonfiction. Contact Rick Campbell (rick@floridarts.org) for further arrangements.

1 $40.00 each

Friday (9 a.m.) Fiction workshop with Bob Kunzinger - Non student

(0 available)

In this workshop we will explore water as metaphor, for cleansing, for transition, for motion and time. Travel writing and water has always been closely linked, whether it be through the writings of Joseph Conrad, Paul Thereux, or Mark Twain. The very basic concept of "crossing over" or "riding it out" is explored in our own writing and the use of the journey theme. Participants should bring a few pages of original work in which the character experiences some epiphany, some internal transiti

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