Write! Edit! Publish!
A workshop presented at the Peace Corps 40th Anniversary Conference

Friday, 2:30–3:30 pm

Woodrow Wilson Internationa Center for Scholars
Just off Pennsylvania Avenue and 13th Street on Woodrow Wilson Plaza, two blocks from the Hotel Washington (it is in a wing of the Ronald Regan Building) see Map

Other workshops presented by Peace Corps Writers at the 40th Conference:

The Peace Corps Novel as Literature

Poetry from the PC Experience

Publishing Translations

Travel Now, Write Later

Writing about the Environment

Writing Children's Books

Writing On-Line

Writing Your Peace Corps Story

Working with Words

When you absolutely, positively MUST write: How do you find readers? How do you support your habit? Where can you find critique and solace? These professional writers tell you how to write, edit, and get what you’ve written published.
Moderator
Geraldine Kennedy (Liberia 1962–64) is the editor of From the Center of the Earth: Stories out of the Peace Corps and author of Harmattan: A Journey Across the Sahara. She lives in Santa Monica.
 
  Panelists:

Craig J. Carrozzi (Colombia 1978–80) is a writer and publisher. His most recent book is Festival of Conception, published by his company Southern Trails.

John Coyne (Ethiopia 1962–64) is the editor of PeaceCorpsWriters.org and Living On The Edge: Fiction by Peace Corps Writers. He lives in Pelham Manor, New York.

Mary-Ann Tirone Smith (Cameroon 1965–67) has written five novels, including the first work of long fiction to come out of the Peace Corps, Lament For A Silver-Eyed Woman. She lives in Connecticut on Long Island Sound.

Kitty Thuermer (Mali 1977–79) is Director of Publications for the National Association of Independent Schools as well as a freelance writer for The Washington Post and Christian Science Monitor.

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