The Pen and Paper Lounge welcomes Author/Artist Dawn DeAnna Wilson to Winterville on April 5, 2014 . Ms. Wilson will facilitate Creating Memorable Characters, part of writing workshop series. Ms. Wilson will provide a hands-on workshop for beginner to intermediate writers (even the secret ones.) Bring a notebook, pen and prepare to create unforgettable characters.
The workshop will be held at The Coffee Shack 168 Beacon Drive in Winterville on Saturday, April 5, 2014 from 10 am-12:30 pm. A book signing and open mic will immediately follow the workshop.
A $20 donation for adults is suggested to offset the costs incurred by the facilitator including packets for each participant. All are welcome, but reserve your seat due to limited space. Email email@example.com or visit https://dawn-d-wilson-workshop.eventbrite.com to reserve your seat.
About the Author:
Dawn DeAnna Wilson’s first novel, “Saint Jude,” was listed in “The Big Book of Teen Reading Lists: 100 Great, Ready-to-Use Book Lists for Educators, Librarians, Parents, and Teens” by Nancy Keane.
Originally from a small town Weaverville, near Asheville, NC, she wrote her first story when she was five and her first poem was published when she was in 8th grade. In 1986, the publication of her short story in Prism, a magazine for young authors, led to an appearance on “CBS Morning News.”
Wilson earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she studied creative writing under authors Doris Betts and Bland Simpson. She earned her master’s degree in English with a concentration in creative writing from East Carolina University. Currently, the author resides in Eastern North Carolina and is a member of the NC Writers’ network.
Find out more about Dawn and her works at www.dawndeannawilson.com.
The Pen and Paper Lounge presents writer’s workshops to address the foremost concerns of writers, whether it is elements of their craft or the business of writing in general. All workshops will be interactive and full of content that participants can use beyond the workshop.