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Virtually Social: Chat Rooms and Games Rooms

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Please join us on the afternoon of December 5th for our annual year-end event.  Bring your own virtual coffee or mug of hot chocolate and join your writerly friends for some social time.  Games and chat rooms.

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The Book Coach: The Writer’s BFF

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Ever wanted a bff who would be as invested in your writing ideas and publishing goals as you are? If so, then you've been secretly wishing you had a book coach. Come to this session to find out what it is like to work with a book coach. Book coaches help by providing editorial guidance, but even as importantly, through offering accountability and emotional support. Who is it that made up the rule that "good" writing comes from solitary suffering or that "real" writers struggle for years to figure it out on their own?

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Scrivener for Beginners

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Back by popular demand.  In this members-only workshop, Kim will walk us through the process of getting ourselves up and running on the Scrivener program. Stick around for advanced tips and tricks that will get you organized and motivated to write.

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Paul Coccia: Sprouting Your Own Green World

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Join Paul Coccia as he invites writers into the Green World. With a discussion of the literary critic Northrop Frye’s theory, writers will gain the ability to understand, create, and assess Green Worlds in their own works and how they can establish environments where their characters can experiment, change and evolve. As the Green World provides spaces away from the constraints of societal norms for characters to develop and grow, writers will leave empowered to help their characters achieve the full potential of their character arcs.

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Poetry Workshop

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Patricia Keeney,  an award-winning poet, novelist, theatre and literary critic and professor of Literature, Humanities and Creative Writing at Toronto’s York University will be facilitating this special two-hour workshop in Newmarket.

Do you want to explore “the inside story” that will help you to deepen your connection with your writing and your readers?  Whether or not poetry is your usual genre, all writers can benefit from exploring the poem as an emotional roadmap, otherwise known as the inside story.

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