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Events

Not So Fast, NaNoWriMo!

 Thursday, November 6, 2014 at 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

A special presentation on "National Novel Writing Month" by Dr. Kim van Alkemade, an English professor and novelist. She will offer a more realistic picture of the process of novel writing. She will also read a chapter from her novel "Orphan #8" and discuss the process of research, drafting, revision, pitching, and rewriting that led to its publication.

Book Talk

The Dragonsfyre Trilogy: Book One - Mask of the Cavalier

Thursday October 23, 6:30 p.m. -7:30 p.m.

Ezra Lehman Library Room 205

 

Lecture Synopsis

Using his first novel, The Drogonsfyre Trilogy: Book One - Mask of the Cavalier, author J. R. Woltz will explain the process of publishing in the modern era.  A main focus will include the often subtle differences in publishing terminologies of Mainstream (commercial), Independent, and Self-Publishing and what each entails.  The broadest of layman's terms will be utilized and should be informative and easily understood by all, including college students regardless of year-level, undergraduate or graduate.  Also included will be a brief segment on the author as artist and the processes of rendering/publishing art and its incorporation into his literary work.