HRVWG Session, September 9th, 2017 - RSVP Form
MAKE EVERY WORD COUNT: Adhering to William Strunk’s famous adage to make “every word tell,” this workshop will guide you through stylistic usage techniques for both active and passive voice, how to create “active descriptions,” and how to employ “show, don’t tell” to maximum effect in both prose and poetry.

BILL GLOSE is an award-winning writer whose honors include the F. Scott Fitzgerald Short Story Award, the Virginia Press Association First Place Award for Sports News Writing, and the Missouri Humanities Council Award for Veteran's Poetry. Garrison Keillor read one of Bill's poems on The Writer's Almanac, which aired on 600 radio stations nationwide. As time allows, Bill travels around the state to film poetry readings, which he posts on his YouTube Channel, Virginia Poetry Online. Bill is the author of three books of poetry—Personal Geography (David Robert Books, 2016), Half a Man (FutureCycle Press, 2013), and The Human Touch (San Francisco Bay Press, 2007)—and editor of the story anthology, Ten Twisted Tales (San Francisco Bay Press, 2008). Since 2003, he has been a contributing editor with Virginia Living and a regular contributor to other magazines. He appears frequently as a featured speaker on literary craft and serves as a judge in writing contests. Hundreds of his articles, short stories, and poems have appeared in numerous publications, some of which are shown at the right.

Who: The session is open to/free for all veterans, service members, military family members, and caregivers.

When: Saturday, September 9th from 1PM to 3:30PM

Where: The Muse Writer's Center, 2200 Colonial Ave #3, Norfolk, VA 23517

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