Despite Rhiannon's cancer diagnosis today, I managed to squeeze out 1750 words, bringing me to the end of Chapter 11. Gryphon Precinct is now at 31,750 words.
And now to bed..........
The Liars Club presents How to Write and Sell Short Stories with best-selling, award-winning author KEITH R.A. DeCANDIDO.
Six 2-hour classes once a month, plus assignments to be completed between classes.
The last Tuesday of every month from September 2013 to February 2014, from 7-9pm.
$175, payable via PayPal (to firstname.lastname@example.org), check or money order (to Keith R.A. DeCandido, PO Box 4976, NYC 10185), or cash (to be paid at the first class by hand).
WHERE: W@atercooler, 21 North Broadway, Tarrytown, New York.
LIMIT: 10 students.
MORE ABOUT THE CLASS:
This writing-intensive program will teach you how to craft a professional-quality story from concept to finished draft, revise it, identify viable markets, and send it out.
We will explore how to find markets for your work, including print, e-zines, and other venues. Each participant will write, revise, and submit one story per month for the six-month run of the class.
There will also be a closed Yahoo! group just for the class, where out-of-class discussions may take place (and also where files can be uploaded).
The teacher is both an author and an editor of short fiction of twenty years' standing.
TO REGISTER please contact Keith R.A. DeCandido at email@example.com
People mostly know him these days as Dr. Gregory House, though to me he will always be various idiots named George in Blackadder and the single best person to ever play Bertie Wooster. What most people don't know is that Hugh Laurie is also a superb musician, and here he is doing one of my favorite songs ever, "St. James Infirmary."