If you weren't able to join us for the League's Spring Program at the Franklin Center in Rutland in April, you can read all about it next month in League Lines.
Our speakers had great info to impart, informative and entertaining!
On the program were
Peter J. Mongeau, founder and publisher of Tuscany Press and the Tuscany Prize for novel, novella, young adult novel, and short stories. Peter taking about his publishing house dedicated to quality fiction grounded in faith, and how the changing world of publishing affects the writing and publishing life.
Eric Rickstad, novelist, teacher, New York Times Noteworthy Author, and founder of the Northshire Writers Workshop in Manchester, VT, coached writers on how to present our work to its best advantage and how to avoid the most common mistakes that can kill a publishing deal.
James M. Tabor, best-selling non-fiction author and novelist traced the path of his writing career through earning his MFA, joining the Washington, DC, police force, writing best-selling books on extreme sports, writing and hosting a PBS series on The Great Outdoors ... and so much more.
For the Summer Program, we've got a great interactive event in the works for Saturday, July 27. Mark the date and be on the lookout for an Email Blast with all the particulars in June!