ferragus (ferragus) wrote,
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Goings on next weekend!

Well of course I'm working too, but I'll be in Sedona Saturday afternoon (like 2PM) at the Well Red Coyote bookstore to attend this cool event:

Saturday, January 21, 2 pm: Flagstaff author and artist, Doranna Durgin, will present an interative seminar, "The Changing Industry--Making the Best Choices for your Path as a Writer." Doranna has enjoyed an incredibly varied and staggeringly successful publication history. From her first published fantasy novel, DUN LADY'S JESS, published in 1995, which received the 1995 Compton Crook/Stephen Tall award for the best first book in the fantasy, science fiction, and horror genres, Doranna has gone on to publish nineteen fantasy novels. In the last year, she has published a number of fantasy and romantic suspense novels. And now her first mystery, A NOSE FOR TROUBLE, has just been released. If there is anyone who can tell us how to ride today's turbulent publication waters, it's Doranna Durgin. Learn for yourself how she has sustained her enviable career in this tight publication market.

I think this is a very cool write up!

Here's some links

Main site
http://www.wellredcoyote.com/index.html

Events at Well Red Coyote
http://www.wellredcoyote.com/events.html

Their directions
http://www.wellredcoyote.com/directions.html

If you want really good directions, try http://www.randmcnally.com and plug in your info

Hope I see a bunch of folks there!

(PS I think an interative seminar is the same as an interactive one, but you'll have to show up to find out for sure!)
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