The first weekend in August, I’ll be at the Ghost Town Writers Retreat in Georgetown, Colorado, and they just announced the latest round of workshops, including the four I’ll be doing:
Making Time to Write: New writers often say “I can’t find time to write,” as if it rolled under the couch or something. Keith R.A. DeCandido discusses time management and how to carve out time to get those words cranking.
Navigating the Submissions Minefield: Okay, you just finished your story or novel. Now what? Keith R.A. DeCandido discusses the many options and routes to publication.
It’s A Career Whether You Make Money or Not: A professional writer is also a single-person small business. Keith R.A. DeCandido explains what that means, what the pitfalls are, and how you have to manage your career as a writer, regardless of whether or not you make your living at it.
Playing in Someone Else’s Sandbox: Keith R.A. DeCandido has been writing and editing licensed fiction and shared universes for 25 years, and he shares insights on how the creative process differs when someone else created the world you’re writing in.