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Alert: Mt. SAC has Transitioned to Online Classes and Services (see www.mtsac.edu/online). Learn more about our COVID-19 response at www.mtsac.edu/health.

Links to online broadcasts will be available through Eventbrite or the schedule below. Access the Eventbrite online event page here.

1st Weekend (Nov 6-8)

 

2nd Weekend (Nov 13-15)

 

3rd Weekend (Nov 20-22)

    • Friday, November 20th

      9:00-10:30am

      Waking up to Creativity with Jude Higgins: Using Dreams to Find Your Stories

      11:00am-12:30pm

      Lloyd Aquino - Writing a Poetry Collection

      1:00-2:30pm

      eBook Design and Publishing with Mark Givens

      5:00-6:30pm

      Agents and Publishers Panel - Mark Givens and Elise Capron

    • Saturday, November 21st

      9:00-10:30am

      Tim Hatch - Writing Poems from Memory

      11:00am-12:30pm

      Kareem Tayyar - Looking Back: Writing Era-Specific Fiction

      1:00-2:30pm

      Saturday Afternoon with Anders Carson - Prompts for Poetry and Prose

      5:00-6:30pm

      Kareem Tayyar - Live from the City of Angels: Poems About Los Angeles

    • Sunday, November 22nd

      9:00-10:30am

      Bonnie Hearn Hill - Confessions of a Contest Judge

      11:00am-12:30pm

      Scott Noon Creley - Ekphrastic Poetry, Writing about Art

      1:00-2:30pm

      Conceptualizing, Crafting, and Pitching the Long Essay with Yishun Lai

      5:00-6:30pm

      Robert Piluso - Creating Comics: From Scratch to Sketch and Beyond

 

4th Weekend (Nov 27-29)

    • Friday, November 27th

      9:00-10:30am

      A.J. Orona and Jeffrey Graessley -- How to Make a Living as a Writer

      11:00am-12:30pm

      Informal conversation with publishers: Ask whatever you like about small press publishing with Thomas Thomas, Shannon Phillips, and Andrew Turner

      1:00-2:30pm

      Stephanie Hammer - The Late Show, Starting and Restarting Your Writing Career after 50

      5:00-6:30pm

      Reading with Yi Shun Lai

    • Saturday, November 28th

      9:00-10:30am

      Shonda Buchanan -- The Function of Memory in Memoir: Writing Your Truth

      11:00am-12:30pm

      Nikki Lewis - (Ceramics) The Virtual Vessel: Throwing and Decorating Large Scale Forms Live

      1:00-2:30pm

      Saturday afternoon with Anders Carson - Prompts for Poetry and Prose

      5:00-6:30pm

      KEYNOTE: Shonda Buchanan, Author, Black Indian (www.shondabuchanan)
      Presentation: Afro-Native Intersections and American Erasure

    • Sunday, November 29th

      9:00-10:30am

      Jennifer King - How to draw your houseplant

      11:00am-12:30pm

      How to get your stories, poems and essays published when you're just starting out, with John Brantingham

      1:00-2:30pm

      Melanie Florio - Painting Clouds

      5:00-6:30pm

      Cuyler Smith - Dynamic Sketching