ARTSfest September 27th from 11:00a- 5:00p
This year’s ARTSfest promises to be yet another hallmark of distinction. Cover Artist Diana Caldwell brings an eclectic collection of original digital, photo/illustration, fine art prints and paper goods inspired by the rural North Carolina farm where she lives and works.
Entertainment will be provided by JJBlue, Nobody's Business, The Jim Tedder Band, Dan Dockery and Gulley The Band. Lastly, in keeping with a new tradition begun
Date: 1:30-3:30, Saturday, October 3 Place: New Winston Museum, 713 Marshall Street South, Winston-Salem, NC 27101 Cost: $10 Winston-Salem Writer members, $15 non-members The workshop will be followed by a free public reading at 4:00 PM Writers are invited to bring their work for reading and response. Writers may sign up at www.wswriters.org or pay at the door. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Shelby Stephenson grew up on a farm near Benson in the Coas
Registration is now open for the North Carolina Writers’ Network 2015 Fall Conference, November 20-22, at the Doubletree by Hilton Asheville-Biltmore. This year marks the thirtieth anniversary of NCWN, and the Network will celebrate more than a generation of serving writers at all levels of skill and experience, all weekend long. New York Times bestselling author Lee Smith, author of, most recently, Guests on Earth, will give the Keynote Address. Former NC poet laureate Kathr
Award winning script writer, filmmaker, creative writing and spoken word educator Nathan Ross Freeman will conduct A Ten Minute Play Workshop: Structure, Approach and Adaptation on Saturday, November 7 from 10-12:30 at Authoring Action, 624 West Sixth St., Winston-Salem, NC where Freeman serves as artistic director. The workshop, sponsored by Winston-Salem Writers, will be the kick-off for the Ten Minute Play Competition which opens November 15. The contest closes in January
Winston-Salem Writers Poetry in Plain Sight program has selected the following poems to appear on bus posters from October through December: Seasons, by Malinda Fillingim, Leland, NC Leaves, by Joan Leotta, Calabash, NC Campanile, by Ed Robson, Winston-Salem, NC Diminuendo, by Peg Robarchek, Charlotte, NC Poetry in Plain Sight is a program bringing poetry to downtown Winston-Salem. Winston- Salem Writers received an Innovative Projects Grant from the Winston-Salem Forsyth Cou
Author Matthew Neill Null will read at Scuppernong Books at 7pm on Friday, September 11 and at Winston Salem's Bookmark Festival North Carolina Showcase panel at 2:30 September 12 as part of a book tour to discuss his novel, Honey from the Lion. link the rest of this: Null will visit the Carolinas September 11–19, thanks in part to a grant from South Arts. The novel follows a brotherhood of timber wolves as they clear-cut the virgin Allegheny forest under the directive of a t