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Spring Submission Sunday Workshop

Instructor: Led by Louise Bierig. Guest speaker will be Maureen Fielding.
Day & Time: Sunday, 1:00 – 4:00 pm, April 29
Format: Workshop
Cost: $30
Description: Maureen Fielding and Louise Bierig are planning a Spring Submission Sunday Workshop for writers looking for support and encouragement with submissions.

Do you have a bunch of stories/personal essays/poems you’ve written filed away on your computer, or in a drawer, just waiting for that special day when you’re going to do something with them? Stop waiting for that special day and make it happen now.

At Submission Sunday workshops we learn the basics of submitting, then submit our work to as many venues as we can in an afternoon. Not sure where to submit? Don’t worry, I provide current Calls for Submission, as well as plenty of resources to check out.

Bring your best writing, a laptop computer, and your derring do. Let’s start submitting together!

The Spring Submission Sunday Workshop will be on April 29 from 1-4PM. Cost is $30. Please contact Louise at lsbierig@verizon.net or 610-892-7604 to secure your spot.

For more information visit: www.lansdownewritersworkshop.com and fb.me/LansdowneWritersWorkshop

Louise Bierig graduated from the University of Iowa’s Undergraduate Writers’ Workshop. She has written countless short stories, several personal essays, three novels, a few poems, and is currently working on a novella. She has previously taught at the William Way Center in Philadelphia and at Soul Source in Swarthmore and Aston. Recently, her short story, Field of Rye at Twilight, was published in Philadelphia Stories. Her essays have been published in The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Swarthmorean, and Fresh Picks, The Lansdowne Farmer’s Market newsletter (a column titled The View from Lupine Valley). Her fiction has won the following awards: 2004: Finalist in novel writing contest sponsored by Suspect Thoughts Press; 1997: Finalist for The Heekin Group Foundation Writer’s & Education Fund; 1992: First prize in Mercyhurst College’s short fiction contest.