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Upcoming Events

January 28th, 2013 | Blog, Events, Paulette's Workshops, Stanford | 2 Comments

Just another day of frolicking in Key West

Just another day of frolicking in Key West

I confess.  I’ve been frolicking in Key West, attending the Key West Literary Seminar and teaching a short story workshop, escaping some very cold January temps in Minnesota. Tomorrow I head back to the frozen north, where the forecast is for a balmy 34 (above), and then down to minus thirteen by Thursday night. Oof-dah.  Beautiful full moon tonight over the water . . .

Moving on, I wanted to let you know about a few upcoming events:

This Thursday, Jan. 31st,  I’m doing a guest post on Jungle Red Writers, … Read More

Paulette’s Workshop on Writing the Book-length Work

May 17th, 2012 | Blog, Paulette's Workshops, Process | 0 Comments

Writing at MISA

Writing at the Madeline Island School of the Arts

Dear writing friends:

I’ll be teaching a workshop called The Achievable Climb: Writing the Book-Length Work at the Madeline Island School of the Arts in Northern Wisconsin October 8 – 12th.

The workshop will be useful to those working on either a memoir or fiction project. If you have a manuscript underway, or just an idea for one you’d like to begin, I’ll give you lots of ideas, exercises, feedback, and support. It’ll be a great time to get experienced, constructive instruction from me, to join the company of others “making … Read More

Paulette’s Book-length Manuscript Workshop at MISA

November 22nd, 2011 | Blog, Paulette's Workshops | 2 Comments

Hi, folks,

I’m posting notice of my workshop next October (I know — it’s a LONG WAY OFF) because there is a limit of fifteen students, and more to the point, lodging is limited on the island and if you want to reserve a place in the workshop and a place to lay your weary head, the sooner the better.

Here’s the link to a description of the workshop: More

Key West in January…

May 6th, 2011 | Blog, Paulette's Workshops | 0 Comments

Your rental bike in KW in January

I’ll be teaching a workshop for the Key West Literary Seminar next January, and while I realize you don’t want to think about January just when it’s FINALLY spring (I speak as someone living in Minnesota, mind you), do keep it in mind.  Come the winds and snows of November, Key West in January will be looking pretty good to you…(and me).

My workshop is called “The Truth Speaker: Developing Voice in Memoir” and you have to submit some work to be admitted.  The description and details are on the KWLS website at … Read More