Live Near Cincinnati? Learn About Writing & Publishing For Free at the Downtown Library on July 15, July 22 and July 29

I have the amazing opportunity to teach 3 summer evening workshops at the downtown branch of the Cincinnati Library in July 2014. Come out and learn! The flyer below will answer all your questions, but here is the gist. All events are two hours long (approx.) and free of charge. Attendees are welcome to ask questions. You don't have to sign up. Just come to the downtown branch (address on the flyer below) and settle in for some learning. Click past the jump for details on the July 15, July 22 and July 29 events.
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I have the amazing opportunity to teach three summer evening workshops at the downtown branch of the Cincinnati Library in July 2014. Come out and learn! The flyer below will answer all your questions, but here is the gist. All events are two hours long (approximately) and free of charge. Attendees are welcome to ask questions. You don't have to sign up. Just come to the downtown branch (address on the flyer below) and settle in for some learning. Here are the class details:

1. Your Publishing Options Today: Traditional Publishing & Self-Publishing Paths Explained. 7–9 pm, Tuesday, July 15.

2. How to Get Published: 10 Professional Writing Practices You Can Embrace to Give Yourself the Best Chance of Success. 7–9 pm, Tuesday, July 22.

3. How to Write & Sell Articles to Magazines, Websites and Newspapers: Building Your Freelance Portfolio. 7–9 pm, Tuesday, July 29.

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