The 2018 Writing Show season will be here before you know it. Our first show, January 31, on developing a 2018 Creative Plan: Scheduling, Motivating & Organizing Your Writing Life, will set you on the path for a productive new year (see full season below).
And that’s just the beginning.
Join us the last Wednesday of every month, January through September, at the Firehouse Theatre at 609 W Broad St, in Richmond, for an evening of inspiration, education, and networking to help make 2018 your most fruitful writing year yet.
Buy a 2018 Writing Show Season Pass to add that extra motivation we all need sometimes to move away from the keyboard and out into the world to interact with real humans. Get all nine Writing Shows for just $85. That’s less than $9.50 a show (normally $12 for members and $15 for non-members).
If you buy a Season Pass, you might be wondering what you will do with those two free Writing Show passes you get with your annual membership. We encourage you to give them away as holiday presents to aspiring writers in your life. Better yet, buy those aspiring writers Writing Show Season Passes so you have people to go with every month.
With a Season Pass, all you have to do when you arrive at Firehouse is to check in at the registration desk. Your name will be on our list so there’s no fumbling with cash or credit cards. You’ll just skate right in.
Give yourself a gift this holiday season. Your writing will be the beneficiary!Buy a Season Pass
The 2018 Writing Show Season
(Schedule subject to change due to speaker availability)
- January 31 – A 2018 Creative Plan: Scheduling, Motivating, & Organizing Your Writing Life
- February 28 – Time Travel: Managing time inside sci-fi, fantasy, non-fiction, or historical fiction
- March 28 – Breaking into Anthologies
- April 25 – Building a Publishing Resume: How Beginning Authors Can Secure Fellowships, Awards, & Prizes
- May 30 – What I Wish I Knew Before My First Book
- June 27 – Sensitivity Readers: The Benefits of Having One or Being One
- July 25 – The Power of Word Choice: An Editorial Critique & Member Reading Opportunity
- August 29 – Tip Sheets: Why You Need to Build Your Own Sales & Marketing Plan
- September 26 – Hybrid Authorship: Traditional Publishing, Indie Publishing, and How They Can Work Together