Thursday, April 22, 2010
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Clayton News Daily
Generations Gallery in The Village at Indian Springs is offering our Third Annual "Generations Gallery Writing Conference", in which participants learn skills, establish goals, gain insight into the publishing world, and most of all, share fun and camaraderie.
Drawing on the area's rich history, the conference takes participants on a writing exploration guided by many of our regions finest authors. The remarkable 1800's venue includes the Indian Spring Hotel/Museum (c) 1823, Pinky's Parlor and Cafe, and Generations Gallery. The nurturing atmosphere makes the conference non-threatening and unique and there is time for making new contacts and friends while enjoying great meals.
Presenters include Southern writer Rosemary Daniell, biography and thriller writer Dr. Anne B. Jones, copywriter and author Peter Bowerman, inspirational writer Dale Cramer, author and publisher Louise Stamen, mystery author Patricia Sprinkles, southern authors Jackie Lee Miles, writer and critic Jackie Cooper, thriller writer William Rawlings, and Beverly Browning, ghostwriter to the rich and famous. Friday's, "Open Mic" event is open to the public with a special reading Dr. Anne B. Jones, from her upcoming High Falls thriller.
Register now, as space is limited for the two-day conference. The conference fee is $100. Please call Phase One Design Services toll free at (800)352-7212 for additional information or to register for the conference. We can email a listing of accommodations in nearby communities of Forsyth, Jackson, and Griffin, Georgia. To contact us by email: email@example.com.