Monday, October 15, 2012

“Writers of Color” panel discussion presented by the Greater Los Angeles Writers Society

WHEN: Saturday, October 20
TIME: 2:30 - 5:00 p.m.
WHERE: Palms-Rancho Park Branch Library, 2920 Overland Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90064
ROOM: Ray Bradbury Room, Second Floor
DIRECTIONS: Visit here

What are the special challenges that writers of color face in today’s literary marketplace? How do they get their voices heard beyond the narrow confines of an “ethnic” audience, to become more widely known to a majority readership?

The Greater Los Angeles Writers Society (GLAWS) is please to present a distinguished panel of authors of color in a candid and inspirational discussion of their writing, their careers, and how each hone ahs overcome their own personal challenges to become successful. The panel includes Gary Phillips, Deborah M. Pratt, Naomi Hirahara and Daniel Olivas. No matter what you’re writing, you must attend this important Special Speaker Event. For more information about this panel, visit here.

ABOUT GLAWS: The Greater Los Angeles Writers Society is a 501(c) non-profit that provides a forum for writers of all disciplines to meet and improve their knowledge of the craft and business of writing. GLAWS accomplishes this through Special Speaker Events, genre-specific critique groups, discussion forums, workshops, conferences, and other events that educate and mentor writers in all genres and levels of expertise. Plus, GLAWS sponsors booths at bookselling events to help authors promote themselves, their platform and sell books. To learn more about GLAWS, visit here.

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