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YWW Southern Oregon Presents “WRITE YOUR WAY OUT” with J. C. Geiger
November 12, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
“WRITE YOUR WAY OUT” with J. C. Geiger
Tips and tricks for the young writer in an interactive HYBRID workshop designed to help you produce your best work and have a great time doing it. Think – Choose Your Own Adventure meets Escape Room meets Writers’ Workshop. There will be prizes. This will be an in-person OR zoom Meeting, November 12, 2022 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM. See information below to register.
J.C. Geiger survived an earthquake on the Mouth of Hell volcano in Nicaragua, learned to drive stick shift on a bookmobile, and once ate the beating heart of a snake. He also writes fiction. Geiger’s first novel, Wildman (Disney-Hyperion) was named a Best YA Book of the Year by Amazon and Bank Street. He is a GrandSLAM storytelling champion with The Moth, and his most recent novel, The Great Big One (Little, Brown) was selected as a finalist for an Oregon Book Award.
Join us in-person
We meet in-person at the Josephine Community Library in Grants Pass.
200 NW C St, Grants Pass, OR 97526
Join us online
Sign up for our email list at: http://eepurl.com/hRubBf A registration link will be sent to our email list before our next meeting.
MASKING: Willamette Writers continues to require mask-wearing at our in-person, indoor meetings. If you are unable to mask, we invite you to join us at one of our online Chapter Meetings. Here is a link to our policies.
You have to be logged into your own personal Zoom account to attend this meeting (to create a FREE account, go to Zoom.us).
Once you are logged in to your own personal zoom account, register for the meeting in the link provided above.
On the day of the meeting, log into your Zoom account and then click the link zoom sent you in your email when you registered with the link above. If you are logged into your personal zoom account, you can also click the link above and register again if you need to. If you have not done this before, we encourage you to try logging in a half hour before the meeting begins. We had to change our meeting access because of a few inappropriate guests, but we want to continue to keep our meetings open to the public.