Pamlico Writers Group’s upcoming Writers Conference, Saturday, April 6th at The Turnage Theatre in Washington, NC will be broken up into nine (9) workshop sessions throughout the day. Three (3) will be held Mid-Morning, an Open Mic is planned for a thirty minute break during lunch, then three (3) Early Afternoon and three (3) Late Afternoon Sessions.
Between now and then I’ll be showcasing each along with a brief bio and workshop write-up. Take a minute to check them out as I post them. Hopefully you’ll be able to pick just one from each session you’d like to take.
Today I’m happy to present one of our talented afternoon presenters, Michael Worthington, take a look.
Letters-to-the-editor, schoolwork, and professional exams all require essay writing skills. For example, all NC teacher licensure exams include open response questions which means essays (except math part of general knowledge exams). And students must write essays for college applications and for coursework. Learn the process to quickly compose effective essays that persuade, inform, and explain. Great for all ages, stages and skills.
Michael R. Worthington lives near Elizabeth City with his wife of 30 years and two pugs. He retired after 30 years of teaching college courses in accounting, business communications, public relations and technical writing. His published works range from a college textbook to young adult fiction. For example, his latest title is How to Prepare Pro Forma Financial Statements, and he is putting finishing touches on a young adult novel about a girl in foster care.
For more information about Pamlico Writers 7th Annual Writer’s Conference, April 5th & 6th at The Turnage Theatre check out out website: www.pamlicowritersgroup.wildapricot.org
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Hope to see you at the conference.