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Online Corvallis: Reviewing Books with Karen Eisenbrey

Willamette Writers on the River present Why Review Other Authors’ Books? This meeting is online only. Author Karen Eisenbrey aims to review every book she reads, though she is not a professional reviewer. She will share what goes into a review and the benefits of this practice, not only for the authors reviewed but for…

Hybrid Eugene and Southern Oregon: Diverse Characters with Diana Nadeau

Eugene Public Library 100 W 10th Ave, Eugene, OR

Creating Diverse Characters with Integrity with Diana Nadeau Character development is key to great writing. And honoring diversity is key to life. So, how do we put the two together and enter into creating characters that represent diverse communities with integrity and without causing harm to those very same community members? We do it with…

Salem: Self-Publishing Basics with Chris Patchell

Salem Public Library 585 Liberty St SE, Salem, OR, United States

Willamette Writers Salem Presents: Book Publishing Basics: How to Navigate the Amazon Jungle This meeting is in-person in Salem. No Zoom. Ever wonder what it takes to publish your book on Amazon? Join USA Today Best Selling Author, Chris Patchell, for a step-by-step look through the process. Learn what you’ll need to prepare in advance…

Hybrid YWW North: Speed Story

Beaverton City Library 12375 SW 5th St, Beaverton, OR 97005

Young Willamette Writers Presents Speed Story with Eric Witchey Mastering the craft of fiction requires study and practice in the same way that mastering the game of Chess requires study and practice. Practicing cognitive study and intuitive development enhances skill. To develop cognitive understanding, Chess masters play thousands of games, study repeating patterns on the…

Hybrid Portland: Character and Landscape with Rachel King

1336 NW Flanders Portland, OR

Willamette Writers Portland Presents Character and Landscape with Rachel King Event starts at 7PM. Doors open at 6:45PM. Join us Tuesday, March 7th at 1336 NW Flanders at 7:00 pm to hear Rachel King discuss how landscape and character are inseparable and intertwined in her novel People Along the Sand and her linked short story…