The workshop specifically covers Blogging and Social Media as story telling.
In this interactive 2-hour workshop, I'll explore the elements of storytelling for this specific media, how to create a good blog, how to use it, SEO techniques (with other social media) and the pros and cons of keeping one. The workshop will also cover how to do research, and privacy issues.
Worksheets are included. Educational books and DVDs will also be available for sale.
I've been blogging for over seven years. I created and continue to run over five of my own blogs and have guest blogged on many others, including community/interest ezines (e.g., Scribophile, Amazing Stories, Europa SF, Strange Horizons, IROSF, etc.); but I still have time to go to the beach. Find out the secrets that took me years to figure out. If you like the beach, you'll come. See you there!
Where: Room 2, Mississauga Central Library, 301 Burnhamthorpe R. W, Mississauga, ON; 905-615-3500.
When: Sunday, November 9, 2014, 2-4 pm
Fee: $20/person (cheque or cash at workshop)
Pre-Register: via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
"The creative process helps immeasurably in externalizing the trauma/issue and holding it at arm's length while we learn coping skills and (hopefully) discover a passion for a particular form of creative expression. Our reach is to all communities with a focus on women, youth and native groups. We are developing workshop models around art/poetry expression and "Telling my Story" is one of them."--Cheryl Antao Xavier, Executive Director
Nina Munteanu is an ecologist and internationally published author of novels, short stories and essays. She coaches writers and teaches writing at George Brown College and the University of Toronto. For more about Nina’s coaching & workshops visit www.ninamunteanu.me. Visit www.ninamunteanu.ca for more about her writing.