This site features current writing opportunities for authors of all genres, with a preference for Christian publications. The submission opportunites featured on this blogsite have been collected by Sally Clark. The source of the information is listed at the bottom of each post. Please check these websites for additional writing articles and information on submissions in other genres.

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Texas Writes Program in Burnet, TX

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Writers League of Texas Texas Writes Program
Thursday, September 15, 2016
1:00 PM
Herman Brown Free Library
100 E Washington St., Burnet, Texas 78611
If you're interested in attending, please contact the library to pre-register at (512) 715-5228.
 
Donna M. Johnson - Whose Truth Is It Anyway? The Role of Poetic License in Memoir
 
Whether working on a personal narrative for publication or as a record for our children and grandchildren, our goal as memoirists is to recollect the truth of the past. Yet there comes a point in every personal narrative when facts fail to convey the enormity of our felt experience. Participants in this mini workshop will explore how to blend fact with poetic truth to imbue personal history with resonance and meaning.
 
Donna M. Johnson is the author of Holy Ghost Girl, a memoir deemed “enthralling” by the New York Times and “compulsively readable” by Texas Monthly. The book was named to the Oprah.com Memoirs We Love list and took top honors at the Books for a Better Life Awards in New York. Donna’s work has appeared in several anthologies as well as the Huffington Post, Shambhala Sun, The Rumpus, Psychology Today, The Dallas Morning News and other publications.
 
Carol Dawson - Mutable Memory: How We Shape and Re-Shape the Past
 
This talk will inform listeners about the process of unearthing history and crafting it into a compelling narrative. It will include approaches to the different ways people remember the same events, the ways in which history gets twisted into myths (and how to go about untangling those myths), and solutions to problems of structure, dialogue, and solid source material. We will also discuss how to turn facts into exciting scenarios, without sacrificing authenticity and accuracy.
 
Carol Dawson is the author of critically-acclaimed novels (The Waking Spell, Body of Knowledge, Meeting the Minotaur, and The Mother-in- Law Diaries), as well as the award-winning non-fiction House of Plenty and the upcoming Miles and Miles of Texas, a 400-year history of Texas as observed through the lens of road development. Dawson is a contributor to Texas Monthly and a number of other publications. She has taught a number of writing workshops, and has been a visiting professor and writer-in-residence at The College of Santa Fe and has served as Councilor on the Board of the Texas Institute of Letters.




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Texas Writes Program in Burnet, TX

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Writers League of Texas Texas Writes Program
Thursday, September 15, 2016
1:00 PM
Herman Brown Free Library
100 E Washington St., Burnet, Texas 78611
If you're interested in attending, please contact the library to pre-register at (512) 715-5228.
 
Donna M. Johnson - Whose Truth Is It Anyway? The Role of Poetic License in Memoir
 
Whether working on a personal narrative for publication or as a record for our children and grandchildren, our goal as memoirists is to recollect the truth of the past. Yet there comes a point in every personal narrative when facts fail to convey the enormity of our felt experience. Participants in this mini workshop will explore how to blend fact with poetic truth to imbue personal history with resonance and meaning.
 
Donna M. Johnson is the author of Holy Ghost Girl, a memoir deemed “enthralling” by the New York Times and “compulsively readable” by Texas Monthly. The book was named to the Oprah.com Memoirs We Love list and took top honors at the Books for a Better Life Awards in New York. Donna’s work has appeared in several anthologies as well as the Huffington Post, Shambhala Sun, The Rumpus, Psychology Today, The Dallas Morning News and other publications.
 
Carol Dawson - Mutable Memory: How We Shape and Re-Shape the Past
 
This talk will inform listeners about the process of unearthing history and crafting it into a compelling narrative. It will include approaches to the different ways people remember the same events, the ways in which history gets twisted into myths (and how to go about untangling those myths), and solutions to problems of structure, dialogue, and solid source material. We will also discuss how to turn facts into exciting scenarios, without sacrificing authenticity and accuracy.
 
Carol Dawson is the author of critically-acclaimed novels (The Waking Spell, Body of Knowledge, Meeting the Minotaur, and The Mother-in- Law Diaries), as well as the award-winning non-fiction House of Plenty and the upcoming Miles and Miles of Texas, a 400-year history of Texas as observed through the lens of road development. Dawson is a contributor to Texas Monthly and a number of other publications. She has taught a number of writing workshops, and has been a visiting professor and writer-in-residence at The College of Santa Fe and has served as Councilor on the Board of the Texas Institute of Letters.




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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.
 

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