Aug. 8, 2014
The Virginia Quarterly Review (VQR) is holding a writers’ conference for the first-time ever in Charlottesville. The conference goes through the weekend and helps struggling writers find their way.
Covering fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, this event allows writers to bounce ideas off masters in the craft.
On Friday, the conference covered the art of publishing and how small-time writers can get their books to the public.
"It's like a master class. That's really what it is,” says VQR Editor Ralph Eubanks. “You think about opera and going to a master class. These are three different master classes; one in poetry, one in fiction, and one in non-fiction"
The events also include workshops that guide writers in their desired direction.
Click on the link on the side to learn more about the writers’ conference.
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