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Writers Roundtable – March 2021
(A monthly, informal discussion where we talk about topics relevant to today’s working author.)
Tuesday, March 9, 2021 from 6-7:30PM
“Doubles Partners: the Editor and Writer as a Creative Team”
Join award-winning writer and editor Greg Blake Miller for a discussion
of the art of editing, being edited, and the nature of editing
as a mutual creative process. This is a look inside the exhilarating process
of developmental editing, in which a story is not just “fixed”
but rather organically developed through conversation and exploration.
In such a relationship, both the editor and the writer learn and grow,
sharpening the gifts of the author and the needs of the project.
This will be a virtual meeting via Zoom.
(FREE!!! FREE!!! FREE!!!)
Welcome new WSN Board Members!
Writers of Southern Nevada (WSN) is proud to welcome
two new members to our Board of Directors!
Greg Blake Miller, Programming
Greg Blake Miller is an award-winning writer, editor and teacher. From 2010-2014, he served as editor at Vegas Seven magazine, helping lead the publication to 95 state and regional awards. Miller, who was named Nevada’s Outstanding Journalist in 2011, has also earned national honors for his humor and feature writing at OC Family. Miller, a former staff writer for Russia’s Moscow Times, earned his doctorate in international communication at the University of Oregon and his master’s degree in creative writing at the University of Southern California, where he won the prestigious Moses Fiction Prize. He has taught writing, literature and media studies at the University of Oregon and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and works with a broad range of individual and organizational clients as director of Olympian Creative Education. He is the author of the story collection Decemberlands and a producer for the Beethoven | Hero documentary film trilogy.
Paul Papa, Community Outreach
Author, speaker, and blogger, Paul W. Papa is an American storyteller who has lived in Las Vegas for more than 25 years. He started his writing career as a security officer for the historic Sands Hotel & Casino where he developed a love for writing true stories about uncommon events. Paul specializes in historical non-fiction and is a nationally published author and regular contributor to +55 magazine. It is Paul’s belief that everyone has a story to tell and he is constantly searching for ways to bring those stories to life. [UPDATE: Paul resigned from the board in May 2017]
With their help WSN has been able to launch its new Author’s Forum at the Paseo Verde Library coffee shop (6:30PM the first Tuesday of every month) and set the foundation for a new bi-weekly podcast radio show and a writers retreat in the fall.
Join us in welcoming them!
For a complete list of the Board Members for Writers of Southern Nevada (WSN), please visit www.nevadawriters.org/leadership-team