CAL Luncheon

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olorado Authors’ League Luncheon
Wednesday, February 24th, 11:30 to 1:30 p.m.
The Denver Press Club, 1330 Glenarm Place, Denver, CO 80204

Personal Essays: Beyond Your Journal to Publication

What does it means to tell one’s story? If you’re lucky, maybe small, seemingly insignificant matters are most striking: your brother’s daydreaming; how you couldn’t sit still as a child; your son’s strange aversion to gummy textures and sauces. For many others, it’s the life-defining moments that mold character and strength, fusing past, present and future.

We write. Sometimes with humor, sometimes with raw pain, always interesting. It’s all part of your personal essay.

This isn’t journaling. It’s writing tight, personal essay fit for publication.

Nancy Sharp is a freelance writer (www.nancysharp.net) and author of VividLiving.org, a blog about embracing life in full bloom, thorns and all. She writes the “In My View” column for Colorado View Magazine and has published her story in Woman’s Day, Good Housekeeping and SELF. She is currently working on a memoir and a series of children’s books.

Come join fellow writers for a delicious buffet lunch and networking. Guests are welcome and luncheons are open to the public. Cost for members is $16, non-members $25.
Information and Registration: http://www.ColoradoAuthors.org, or Annette Shope at 303-756-6106 or annetteshope@comcast.net
RSVP by 10 a.m., Monday, February 22nd, 2010
No reservations accepted or cancellations refunded after cut-off time. As this is a buffet, so there is no meal choice.
Parking: There is street parking available with a 2-hour time limit ($4) and commercial lots near the building. LightRail station is also within blocks.

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