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Thursday, October 24, 2019 at 5:00 PM EDT
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Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 10:00 PM EDT

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University of Tampa

401 W Kennedy Blvd
Tampa, FL 33606

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Jim Wilson
Florida Literary Arts Coalition
904-819-6339
jim@floridarts.org
Vidhu Aggarwal
Rollins College - Professor of English
Anne Barngrover
Saint Leo University - Assistant Professor of English & Creative Writing
Teresa Carmody
Stetson Univesity - Director, MFA of the Americas
Lucianna Chixaro Ramos
Stetson University
Cherie Clark
Christine Cock
Stephen Corey
The Georgia Review - Editor
Sabrina Dalla Valle
Kimberly Davis
Madville Publishing - Director
Amber DiPietra
George Drew
Lupe Eyde-Tucker
NotEnoughPoetry.com - POET
Jacklyn Gion
Stetson University - Program Coordinator, MFA of the Americas
C. H. Hooks
Savannah Kater
Stetson University
Chrissy Kolaya
University of Central Florida - Assistant Professor of English
Bob Kunzinger
Carol Ann Moon
Saint Leo University - Outreach Librarian
Honey Rand
Lisa Rowan
Shelby Smotherman
Stetson University
Patrick Templeton
Terry Ann Thaxton
University of Central Florida - Professor
Laurie Uttich
University of Central Flordia
Avni Vyas
New College of Florida - Writing Instructor
Su Zi
Red Mare - Editor, book designer, producer

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Teresa Carmody
Stetson Univesity - Director, MFA of the Americas
Lucianna Chixaro Ramos
Stetson University
Cherie Clark
Christine Cock
Stephen Corey
The Georgia Review - Editor
Sabrina Dalla Valle
Kimberly Davis
Madville Publishing - Director
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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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Writing Workshops

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Grand Slam--All Four Workshops

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1 $140.00 each

Friday 10/25 (10:00) The Image Narrative with Erica Dawson--Non student

(18 available)

In this workshop, we will reconsider our definitions of narrative poetry. We will look at ways to write our experiences without relying on traditional narrative structures and devices, like climax and resolution. How are these conventions useful for poets? How are they limiting? Through discussion and writing exercises, we'll work our way toward some answers. Erica Dawson is the author of three books of poetry: When Rap Spoke Straight to God, winner of the 2018 Florida Book Gold Medal for Poetr

1 $40.00 each

Friday 10/25 (10:00) The Image Narrative with Erica Dawson--student rate

(19 available)

In this workshop, we will reconsider our definitions of narrative poetry. We will look at ways to write our experiences without relying on traditional narrative structures and devices, like climax and resolution. How are these conventions useful for poets? How are they limiting? Through discussion and writing exercises, we'll work our way toward some answers. Erica Dawson is the author of three books of poetry: When Rap Spoke Straight to God, winner of the 2018 Florida Book Awards.

1 $20.00 each

Friday 10/25 (11:30) Story Starters with Steph Post--Non student rate

(20 available)

Using a variety of techniques including exploring memory, visual art and archetypes, students will engage in writing exercises and discussions designed to develop story ideas, flesh them out, and find their direction. This workshop is designed for all levels of writers with the purpose of generating material for both short and long forms of fiction. Steph Post is the author of the novels Miraculum, Walk in the Fire, Lightwood, and A Tree Born Crooked.

1 $40.00 each

Friday 10/25 (11:30) Story Starters with Steph Post--student rate

(20 available)

Using a variety of techniques including exploring memory, visual art and archetypes, students will engage in writing exercises and discussions designed to develop story ideas, flesh them out, and find their direction. This workshop is designed for all levels of writers with the purpose of generating material for both short and long forms of fiction. Steph Post is the author of the novels Miraculum, Walk in the Fire, Lightwood, and A Tree Born Crooked.

1 $20.00 each

Saturday 10/26 (10:00) Comics as Sense-based Storytelling: A Gr with Jarod Roselló--Non student rate

(20 available)

As an embodied act, drawing privileges sensation over meaning. For cartoonists, this presents an opportunity to resist the causal, chronological, and linear tendencies of storytelling in favor of something affective and sense-based. This workshop engages attendees with short cartooning activities designed to activate memories, sensations, and knowledges that are otherwise difficult to articulate through language. No drawing skills or experience is required, only a willingness to make marks on

1 $40.00 each

Saturday 10/26 (10:00) Comics as Sense-based Storytelling: A Graphi with Jarod Roselló--student rate

(20 available)

As an embodied act, drawing privileges sensation over meaning. For cartoonists, this presents an opportunity to resist the causal, chronological, and linear tendencies of storytelling in favor of something affective and sense-based. This workshop engages attendees with short cartooning activities designed to activate memories, sensations, and knowledges that are otherwise difficult to articulate through language. No drawing skills or experience is required, only a willingness to make marks on

1 $20.00 each

Saturday 10/26 (11:30) That's a Fact, Jack with Craig Pittman--Non student rate

(20 available)

THAT'S A FACT, JACK: Craig Pittman, the author of four non-fiction books (with a fifth on the way) talks about how to hew to the factual in your non-fiction writing while also using some of the techniques of fiction to make sure your readers keep on reading. Craig Pittman is the author of The Scent of Scandal: Greed, Betrayal, and the World's Most Beautiful Orchid, which is the only book ever classified as "True Crime/Gardening," and "Oh, Florida..."

1 $40.00 each

Saturday 10/26 (11:30) That's a Fact, Jack with Craig Pittman--student rate

(20 available)

THAT'S A FACT, JACK: Craig Pittman, the author of four non-fiction books (with a fifth on the way) talks about how to hew to the factual in your non-fiction writing while also using some of the techniques of fiction to make sure your readers keep on reading. Craig Pittman is the author of The Scent of Scandal: Greed, Betrayal, and the World's Most Beautiful Orchid, which is the only book ever classified as "True Crime/Gardening," and "Oh, Florida..."

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
$9,999.99

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    P.O. Box 992
    St. Augustine, FL 32085-0992

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