Are you published? Is it your goal to be published? Among other things, this means you want to share your work with the world. Increasingly, authors are not only expected to put good words on the page, but to also have good speaking and presentation skills. Have you got an interesting and eloquent answer for that question: “what do you write?” You might be interviewed on radio or television, or on stage. You might be asked to give a talk. You might be invited to share your work by participating at an open mic event.
Following is a list of upcoming events: readings, writing workshops and seminars, and so on. Unless specified otherwise, events happen in Nova Scotia, Canada. We strongly encourage you to check dates and times with hosting organizations as typos and sudden changes happen. Follow us on Twitter, @WFNS, to hear about these events and more day-to-day.
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Charlotte Gray will be doing an audio-visual presentation based on her award-winning book, The Massey Murder: A Maid, Her Master and the Trial That Shocked a Country (HarperCollins Canada). She will autograph books at the end of the event.
Join us at the Forum’s Maritime Hall on August 20th from 9 am to 4 am to celebrate Atlantic Canadian indie authors! The first annual Indie Authors’ Extravaganza will bring together indie authors, indie publishing professional and readers to network and talk about the ins and outs of self publishing. Indie authors and publishing professions (editors, designers, illustrators) can reserve a table for $15 for our book fair. This will give authors a chance to get their books in front of readers and connect with others in the industry.