June Third Thursday Wrap-up: “The Author/Editor Relationship”

by John A. McDermott Watching the video of WLT’s Third Thursday conversation, titled “The Author/Editor Relationship” was a gift. It was like sitting in a coffeeshop and eavesdropping on a fantastic conversation among three smart, lively professionals: Becka Oliver, the WLT’s Executive Director, Katherine Center, best-selling novelist of books such

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May Third Thursday Wrap-up: WLT On the Craft of Writing: “Myth + Memory: Staking Out New Territory in the Memoir Form” with Deborah D.E.E.P. Mouton

by Jane Anderson https://youtube.com/live/SLFqYb3bu44 A memoir is a nonfiction narrative of a specific time or collection of essays within a specific theme told in first-person by the author. French for “memory”, the memoir form acknowledges the biases inherent in the narrator’s personal recollection but is ultimately intended to be a

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April 2016 Third Thursday Wrap-Up

Keeping it Brief: Writing and Publishing Short Stories by WLT Intern Kelsey Williams How does a writer know when a short story should end? What form should a short story take? Answers to these questions, like short stories themselves, can differ tremendously. As Third Thursday panelist Chaitali Sen, author of the

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March 2016 Third Thursday Wrap-Up

Writing About the Military by WLT Intern Kelsey Williams When Leila Levinson, author of Gated Grief, asked the audience at March’s Third Thursday whether they had a loved one who is a veteran, nearly every person in the room raised their hand. The military has a huge, broad impact on

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