Four times a year, AllWriters' Workplace & Workshop opens its doors to the public and showcases what happens within its walls. Fall's Friday Night Free For All is on Friday, Oct. 25. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the event begins at 7. AllWriters' is at 234 Brook St., Unit 2, in Waukesha.
Kelly Moran will be a special guest reader at the event. Moran began her writing career in the Indie market, becoming the recipient of an Editor's Choice Award, a finalist in the 2008 Best Book Awards, and a finalist in the 2009 Indie Excellence Awards before moving into traditional publishing. Her books not only have honors from the top review sites, but from NY Times bestsellers, too. She is a respected reviewer and a Romance Writers of America member.
The event will feature four AllWriters' students representing the major genres of creative writing. Presenters will be Kathrine Yets (poetry), Phyllis Berentsen (memoir), Carrie O'Connor (short story) and Alice Benson (novel). Director Kathie Giorgio, author of the award-winning novel, "The Home For Wayward Clocks," the short story collection, "Enlarged Hearts," and the just released novel, "Learning To Tell (A Life)Time," will read as well.
This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. No registration is required.
AllWriters' Workplace and Workshop offers on-site and online writing courses in all genres and abilities of creative writing, as well as coaching, editing, and marketing services. Visit http://www.allwritersworkshop.com for more information.
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