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Rim Country Chapter program – September 20, 2017

Learn how to write and sell non-fiction

Carol Osman Brown

Whether a beginning writer or experienced author, learn how to boost your income by writing non-fiction at a free program presented by the Rim Country Chapter of Arizona Professional Writers on Sept. 20, 2017. Beginning at 1 p.m., the program will take place at Majestic Rim Retirement Living, 310 East Tyler Parkway, Payson.

“Writing Non-Fiction that Sells” is the topic of speaker Carol Osman Brown, local journalist and author whose award-winning articles and photos have appeared in many national magazines and newspapers. These include Arizona Highways, Native Peoples, Sunset Magazine, The Arizona Republic, Horse & Rider, and Yachting. She taught non-fiction writing courses at SU’s Walter Cronkite School of Mass Communications, Rio Salado College and was on the faculty of the noted Reader’s Digest Writers Workshops.

This event is open to the public, free of charge. For more information, call 928-468- 9269.

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Payson Book Festival featured on KTAR FM 92.3

The Rim Country District of APW is co-hosting the Payson Book Festival on July 22 at the Mazatal Casino in Payson. Check  the Facebook page for upcoming interviews with APW members and other authors on Payson’s radio stations KMOG and KRIM.

The Payson Book Festival and two of its authors will be featured on Saturday, July 8 on Glendale FM station KTAR.

KTAR – 92.3 will host featured authors Roger Naylor and Stella Pope Duarte on July 8 from 7:00 a.m. 5to 8:00 a.m. on the RosieontheHouse show, host by Rosie Romer. Listeners can listen live, online or via app.

Tune in! And we hope to see you on July 22 at the Payson Book Festival!

April TypeRider

Editor Lynda Exley’s last issue – the April 2017 TypeRider is here. Find news about upcoming events including Rim Country’s April 19 meeting. Betty Webb talks about writer’s block in her column. And check the calendar for the many events coming up this month.

We are looking for a new editor. We appreciate all of Lynda’s hard work in producing an award-winning newsletter each month.

September, 2016 TypeRider is here!

The September, 2016 issue of TypeRider is now available for your reading pleasure. Read all about the upcoming State Conference and our exciting program presented by two nationally known speakers, Ric Hinkie and Raleigh Pinskey. If you’re not a member, find out how you can join now and your dues are good through the end of December 2017. You’ll also find information on both upcoming and past events held at the chapter level plus a boatload of upcoming writing events.  Also, in this issue, Betty Webb takes a journey though her pen drawer – yes, that’s right – to track her writing journeys. And Patricia Myers shares her Paris Journal from this summer. Liz Mastin tells us about the meaning and value of metaphors in writing poetry.

May TypeRider is here!

The May, 2016 TypeRider is now available. It’s another information-packed issue edited by Lynda Exley. You’ll find reports of district activities with informative speakers, Betty Webb’s article on pesky subplots, and loads of upcoming writing events and more.

Patricia Brooks to speak May 18 – Rim Country

Rim Country APW Chapter meeting will be held Wednesday, May 18th, Noon, at a NEW LOCATION: the Majestic Rim Retirement Living 310 East Tyler Parkway, Payson AZ. Patricia Brooks will be speaking on Write the Memoir You’re Afraid to Write.  This is a free event, open to the public. No RSVP required.
Patricia Brooks

Patricia Brooks

 

In an encouraging and insightful presentation, Patricia L. Brooks will help you capture your untold story that must be told.  Through her presentation:  “Write the Memoir you’re Afraid to Write” she will share with you how to write this memoir to your own satisfaction so you can face your fears, get past the facts and conquer the story’s emotional truth.

 With tips and techniques from her daring new second memoir, Three Husbands and a Thousand Boyfriends, Patricia will inspire you to take the necessary steps to keep a working journal, write weekly goals and make no excuses about what you write.  She will stimulate your creative talents by showing you how to break through your silence, find your voice and give yourself permission to tell your story.
The workshop Objectives are to:
  • Understand the real Theme of your memoir
  • Learn to dig deep to get to the Soul of the story
  • Discover the Depth and Challenge of your memoir
The workshop Benefits are:
  • The Ability to reveal layers of your Heart and Hope
  • The Willingness to receive Insights and Wisdom
  • The Capacity to seek Personal Transformation
Hope to see you all there.

April 2016 TypeRider

The April, 2016 issue of TypeRider is here. As usual, it is loaded with articles and upcoming writing events. Find summaries of past district programs and descriptions of upcoming ones. The Payson Book Festival is on track for July 23 and you can find out how to participate. You’ll want to read Betty Webb’s article, “Me and My Shadow Self,” and how to make your writing more appealing to the reader. Improve your craft by marking and attending some of the many events listed in the Calendar section that will be offered this spring.