Willamette Writers on the River October 2016 Meeting

Final Katz Formal e-resThinking Outside The Book Box: More Ways To Earn When You’re An Aspiring Author or Established Author

Presented by Christina Katz

Monday, October 17, 2016, 6:30–8:30 PM

First Presbyterian Church, Allison Room, Corvallis, OR (Note different room!)

Use 9th Street parking lot entrance. The other doors are locked.

In today’s digital economy, writers have more opportunities to earn money than ever. So a writer should never feel relegated to authorhood as her only possible income opportunity. There are so many fun income-producing hats writers can wear these days, and we will explore as many of them as we can in the time allotted. You’ll hear about Christina’s personal experience, the experiences of other writers and authors she knows, and we’ll even brainstorm fun income possibilities for writers attending the meeting. Feel free to bring your questions and any of Christina’s books that you would like her to sign.

Author, journalist, and writing coach Christina Katz has an MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia College Chicago and a BA in English from Dartmouth College. Her writing appears monthly in a variety of publications all over North America and Internationally. She coaches a group of highly motivated part-time writers and authors, orchestrates a global goal-setting group for writers, and offers a variety of video courses on nonfiction writing career skills in her online school. Learn more about this three-time Writer’s Digest author, platform development expert, and Internet publishing professional by swinging by her virtual home at http://christinakatz.com/

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Willamette Writers on the River (http://willamettewriters.org/wwotr) is the Corvallis Chapter of Willamette Writers. This event is free to members and full-time students. Guests of members pay $5; visitors pay $10, no one is turned away.

This program is not endorsed or sponsored by First Presbyterian Church.

Future WWotR Events

* November 21, 2016 – “How to Approach Your Hot Mess” with Kate Gray

* December 19, 2016 – Winter Quarterly Reading: Read your work out loud at our traditional “Open Mic” event (sign in starts at 6:15pm)