Magazine article American Libraries

Woman's Day Writers @ Your Library. (ALA News)

Magazine article American Libraries

Woman's Day Writers @ Your Library. (ALA News)

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ALA and Woman's Day magazine have doubled the number of libraries participating in the 2003 "Put It in Writing @ your library" program. As a result of sold-out workshops last year (AL, Apr. 2002, p. 11), 15 libraries from coast to coast will host writing workshops during National Library Week (April 6-12), led by writers from Woman's Day.

During the two-hour workshops, Woman's Day writers will offer tips on how to get published, drawing from their own experiences and specialties. These workshops are free and open to the public. Librarians will showcase the resources available at their libraries to help local writers break into the business.

Guidelines and suggestions on how to organize a writer's workshop @ your library-- including a bibliography for writers, tips for getting published, writing-related programming ideas, sample press materials and more--are available at www.ala.org/@your library/ by clicking on the "Put It in Writing" button.

The workshops were announced in the March 4 issue of Woman's Day as part of an article that published the three winning essays from last year's essay contest. This year, Woman's Day and ALA are asking, "Is there a book that changed your life?" Women are invited to submit up to 700 words about the book to Woman's Day for a chance to be featured in an upcoming issue of the magazine. …

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