Tag Archives: Fall Conference 2011

Member News

Salem’s Doug Bolton was invited to be one of the Oregon authors at the Oregon State Fair, which ran August 26 through September 5. He signed his book, Signs of Hope: Ways to Survive in an Unfriendly World. “What an honor to be one of the authors selected,” he said before the event. “I hope to meet many people and …

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Keeping Up with OCW

by Pamela Rosales, OCW Secretary Jim Rubart, keynote speaker at the spring conference in Eugene, attended his first writing conference five years ago. Two years later, his novel Rooms was published. Rooms became a best seller within its first five months. Sounds easy, doesn’t it? But it wasn’t. Jim had to face his fear first. By the age of 11 …

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Fall Workshops

by Marilyn Rhoads, OCW Program Coordinator A. Clint Kelly, our keynoter, will present “Avoiding the Unoriginal Sin.” Are your stories stale or derivative? Don’t bore an editor to death. Clint will explore subjects, titles, and marketing approaches as well as related topics. (Fiction/Nonfiction) E. In “Unique in All Creation,” Clint Kelly will help you revitalize your words using humor, emotion, …

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