2017 PROGRAM

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Daily Workshop sessions at Casa Dracula
Monday, Feb 6, 8:30AM – Registration, Opening remarks, Workshop begins
Tuesday, Feb 7 thru Friday, Feb 10, 9AM -12:30PM (with short break)
Bring notebooks and pens (laptops okay-we have WiFi if needed)
Seminars and Events  
Our 2017 SpeakersClick here
Sunday, Feb 5th 5 – 7PM – Welcoming reception for TSWW students and faculty at Casa Dracula, drinks and bites (non-vampiric)
Monday, Feb 6
8:30 AM Registration: Please bring any unpaid tuition balance (cash only: dollars or pesos)
Opening Session: Invocation, Introductions and notes on the upcoming week
3 – 5PM Seminar by Jonathan Penner – “On Language”
Free evening
Tuesday Feb 7
Free afternoon
7PM Faculty reading, TSWW and Writing Ranch, Casa Dracula courtyard, BYO dinner and drinks (public invited for donation)
Wednesday Feb 8
Free afternoon
6PM Writers Dinner at Serendipity for TSWW and Writing Ranch attendees. Speaker: Nick Triolo – “Psychoscapes of Love and Revolution: Personal Narrative on Ecology, Activism, and Human Wholeness”
Thursday Feb 9
35PM, Publishing Roundtable at Casa Dracula (public invited for donation)
What your agent can—and can’t—do for you. How do you get an agent? The ins and outs of getting your book sold. What about self-publishing? And now that you’ve sold your book—what next?
  • Meg Thompson, Thompson Literary Agency
  • Mark Gottlieb, Trident Media Group
  • Jeanne McCulloch, Moderator
Free evening
 
Friday Feb 10th
Free afternoon
 
7PM – Closing Night Fiesta at Casa Dracula for TSWW, Writing Ranch, and special guests. Our literary friends from La Paz, Cabo and Todos Santos will present a cross-cultural evening with regional music, food, dancing, and spoken word en español y ingles.
Saturday, Feb 11th
12 Noon – TSWW Tamale Luncheon and Student Open Mic at the home of                 Emanuela Gardner.
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