It may only be January, but you better believe I’ve got a number of events already lined up for this new year. So when and where will you be able to find me in person?
So far, these are my confirmed appearance dates with links to the events in question.
Date: March 26 – 29, 2020
Location: The Madison Concourse Hotel in Madison, Wisconsin
At this year’s Writers’ Institute, I’ll be… busy. Extremely busy. But that’s a good thing! Rather than have me enumerate all of my sessions and one-on-one coaching availability here, you can find an (almost) full list at this link.
Date: April 23 – 26, 2020
Location: Green Bay, Wisconsin
Here, I’ll be presenting my renowned Keeping Your Scenes Afloat with the Five Fun “Floaties” of Scene Structure.
Date: May 8 – 9, 2020
Location: Premier Waterfront Hotel and Convention Center – Oshkosh, Wisconsin
If you can’t make it to UntitledTown (or even if you can), this is another chance to catch my Keeping Your Scenes Afloat with the Five Fun “Floaties” of Scene Structure.
Date: May 22 – 25, 2020
Location: The Madison Concourse Hotel – Madison, Wisconsin
At this year’s WisCon, I’ll be leading two sessions, one on voice entitled Prose, Poetry, and Voice in the Void, and another known as Let’s (Not) Do Lunch: On Pushing Our Settings Past Restaurants, Bars, and Cafés.
Date: June 15 – 19, 2020
Location: The Pyle Center – Madison, Wisconsin
Write by the Lake is an intensive, week-long retreat that’s been described as “like two semesters of an MFA program.” At Write by the Lake, I’ll be teaching a three-day course called Treasure ho! Mapping Your Way to Story.
I’ll also be presenting a special, one-hour session called Roll With the Punches, Then Punch Back! Writing One’s Way Through Disappointment, Grief, and Glee.
There you have it: the full list (for now)!
I’ll be sure to keep you updated as new dates are added and more details come in. In the meantime, keep your eyes on this site, my newsletter, and my social media feeds including Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.