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Saturday, April 21 • 4:00pm - 5:15pm
The Worst Writing Advice I ever got

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The problem with being a writer is that everyone thinks they know how to do it better. Panelists reveal all the "good advice" they've received over the years that turned out to be the very worst advice ever. Moderated by UWGB's David Coury.

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Christi Craig

Christi Craig works as a sign language interpreter by day and moonlights as a writer, teacher, and editor. She teaches online courses, including two on flash nonfiction that focus on story principles, structure, and technique. She is a volunteer instructor for the Creative Writing... Read More →
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Nick Jaina

Nick Jaina is a musician and writer from Portland, Oregon.He has toured the world over the last decade, releasing several albums on HUSH Records and Fluff & Gravy Records. He co-founded the Satellite Ballet and Collective in New York City.Get It While You Can is his first book, an... Read More →
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Jennie Jones

Full time MFA student and martial artist extraordinaire, part time writer, and paranormal romance novel connoisseur.
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Elizabeth Ridley

Elizabeth Ridley’s fifth novel, "Searching for Celia," was published by Bold Strokes Books in New York in 2015. The GBLTQ mystery/thriller was chosen as one of “The 15 Best LGBT Summer Reads” by The Advocate, while Lambda Literary described it as “a riveting tale of identity... Read More →


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