Writers are terrific at dreaming big but also talented at coming up with reasons why today's just not the right day to get started on that story. In the workshop, for both fiction and nonfiction writers, we'll address some of the obstacles - both logistical and psychological - writers face as well as strategies for blowing past them. Author Buzzy Jackson will give you tools and techniques that will help you get that project moving. After this workshop participants will leave feeling inspired and prepared to see their creative ideas through - all the way to The End. Registration required.
Buzzy Jackson is the author of books about blues music, family history, and the meaning of life and is currently writing a historical novel of World War II. Buzzy has worked in the publishing industry in New York City and has taught at CU Boulder, UC Berkeley and at the Creative Conferences in Colorado. Her book proposals have been used in Publishing courses at The new School in New York City. She has a Ph.D. in History from UC Berkeley and is a book critic for the Boston Globe. For more info: www.BuzzJackson.com.