Coming summer 2015: Providence Bay Writers' Camp (for grown-ups!) on Manitoulin Island, Lake Huron.
Bring your writing up to the next level in morning workshops with Gail Anderson-Dargatz and enjoy everything the island has to offer later in the day.
Check out the Providence Bay Writers' Camp page for more. And stay tuned for more details and photos in the coming weeks.
Shirley Graham muses on the colour blue and the obsessions that drive us to write in her current guest blog.
Shirley Graham is the author of What Someone Wanted and Book of Blue, published by Black Moss Press, and Blue Notes, published by Mother Tongue Press. She lives on Salt Spring Island, B.C., with her husband, poet Peter Levitt, and their son, Tai. When not writing, Shirley works as a child psychologist in the greater Victoria area.
Gail's novel The Cure for Death by Lightning is one of CBC Books 100 Novels that make you proud to be Canadian. Check out the rest of the list!
Take your writing to the next level with a mentorship with Gail Anderson-Dargatz. Mentorships are now open to writing groups as well as individuals. All classes are online so you can work from your own home. Gail's fall schedule is almost full. Register now!
In this five-month, one-on-one mentorship, Gail will guide you as you write your novel. You have the option of booking a second five-month term to complete your project.
In this one-on-one fiction mentorship, Gail will help you speed up the learning process and avoid many of the problems apprentice writers commonly stumble across.
Whether you're an emerging writer or a seasoned pro, Gail's manuscript evaluation helps you move your project forward.
There is no better way to learn to write fiction than in a peer-critique workshop of this kind.