Third Annual Sierra Writers Conference on Jan. 20 at Sierra College Nevada County Campus

GRASS VALLEY, CA, Jan. 2, 2018 – Sierra College and Sierra Writers will host the Third Annual Sierra Writers Conference on Saturday January 20th, 2018, at the Sierra College Nevada County Campus. Activities will include the keynote address presented by local author and Sierra College professor Gary Noy, performances by poet Grace Totherow and the Poets Quartet, and an array of workshops provided by writers Kim Culbertson, Betsy Fasbinder, Rachel Howard, Patricia Dove Miller, Sands Hall, Dimitri Keriotis, and Shawn Odyssey.

The 2018 Sierra Writers Conference will feature three learning tracks all oriented to the stages of writing: creativity, critique and revision, and publishing.  In addition to attending workshops, attendees can enjoy a pre-ordered lunch, visit with presenters, meet new people, collaborate with their peers, and enjoy performances.

Writers all – come join us for a day of learning, sharing, growing and being inspired to craft your words into the stories, articles, and books that only you can write.

Sierra College — Located in the Sierra Foothills community of Grass Valley, the Sierra College-Nevada County Campus serves the citizens of Western Nevada County. The beautiful 105-acre campus was built overlooking the city of Grass Valley atop what was formerly Litton Hill.

Sierra Writers – Writers helping each other – supports writers of all genres in Nevada County. Organized in 1982, we continue to offer a variety of prominent speakers and open reads. Members are encouraged to participate in fiction and non-fiction critique groups.

Third Annual Sierra Writers Conference

Saturday January 20th, 2018 | 9-4:30 | Sierra College Nevada County Campus

Tickets & Registration: http://www.sierrawritersconference.com/.