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January Meeting

The Last Couple Hurdles: Seeing Your Novel in Print!


We are privileged to have author Becky Saleeby visiting from Anchorage



Published in Create Space, Searching for Isaiah John is Becky Saleeby's first novel. She will focus on the revision process that brought her novel to completion. She calls revision “ a very creative endeavor” and hopes the program will help other writers who are reluctant to dive in for third (fourth, fifth, and sixth!) drafts. It’s never too early to learn about the last couple hurdles.

 


 

About the Presenter: Becky Saleeby has lived in Alaska for the past 30 years. She has a PhD in anthropology and has spent her career as an archaeologist, exploring and writing about abandoned places, both prehistoric and historic. After retiring from the National Park Service, she began writing historic fiction as a way to revisit these fascinating places in a new way




Monthly Critique Group


Interior Chapter Workshop

January 25, Noel Wien Library, 1 PM, Room 2. Meet for a face to face workshop/critique session. Send your submissions of no more than ten double spaced pages to awgworkshop@gmail.com for distribution. Deadline to submit is January 17.


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