Tonight is the deadline to submit your work for our June writers’ workshop.
Be sure to submit all work to firstname.lastname@example.org before midnight tonight, 06/19.
Next week, join us for an honest, helpful, peer review session with other writers. You must be present to receive feedback, so please only submit work if you’re confident you can attend on 06/26.
All are welcome. You do NOT have to be a member to submit work, attend, or participate.
Don’t forget, if you can’t make it to the in-person workshop, you can still submit for our virtual peer workshop (VPW). Just be sure to include your Gmail user name, and specify in your email that you are submitting for the VPW.
Log in to your free CCC account for time and place details.
Questions? Contact us or check out our Workshop FAQ.
See you next week!
CCC Director Brad Pauquette will be a guest speaker at the Ohio Writers’ Guild meeting on June 19, 2013, beginning at 1:00p.m. at the Cultural Arts Center.
Learn more about the Ohio Writers’ Guild and about their meetings and location on their website www.OhioWritersGuild.org.
This meeting is free and open to the public. All are invited to attend.
Brad Pauquette will be discussing his new publishing company, Columbus Press.
Ohio writers — you have one week left to submit your work for consideration for the Best of Ohio anthology.
Get all of the details here.
All submissions will be fairly considered and there is no fee to submit. This is a great opportunity for experienced and new writers alike to have their work featured in a professional anthology distributed on a national level.
Questions? Please contact us.
What have you been working on this week?
Whether you’re feeling discouraged or accomplished, presenting your work to your peers is an opportunity for motivation. Whether you agree or disagree with the feedback that’s given, a good peer review leaves you with a desire to go home, revise, and improve.
We’ll be getting the creative juices flowing at our next workshop on June 26th.
If you’re not able to make it out that evening, consider giving our virtual peer workshop (VPW) a try. Using Google Hangout, the VPW is an interactive, online version of our in-person workshop. Don’t forget to include your Gmail user name with your submission so we can add you to the hangout the day of the workshop.
Submit your work to email@example.com before midnight of 06/19 to have it included in the 06/26 workshop. Be sure to specify in your email if you are submitting for the VPW or the in-person workshop. You must be present to receive feedback, so please only submit work if you’re confident you can attend (whether physically or in the online Hangout).
Log into your free CCC account (or create one here) for the time and place details. All are welcome. You do NOT have to be a member to participate, submit work, or attend.
Questions? Contact us or visit our Workshop FAQ.
Here’s to concentration and motivation.
See you soon!
Our members are doing great things around here too! Here are a couple that have told us about recent accomplishments and upcoming events.
Ed Gaydos was featured in This Week newspaper in New Albany, with his new book Seven in a Jeep. His book was a top 100 Kindle book about Vietnam for two consecutive weeks following its release on May 15. Find the article here.
Learn more about Ed’s book at www.SeveninaJeep.com.
Jen Knox sold a story to Ardor Literary Magazine. Her story “After the Gazebo” appears in Issue Two. Find it here.
Brad Pauquette will be speaking to the Ohio Writers Guild on Wednesday, June 19 at 1:00 p.m. about the writing industry in Columbus and his new company, Columbus Press. Learn more about the Ohio Writer’s Guild here.
Brad is the director of Columbus Creative Cooperative, and the author of Sejal and the Walk for Water. Visit his author website here. He is also the author of this post.
Do you have news to share with the Columbus Creative Cooperative community? Leave it in the comments below.
If you’re a Writer Member of CCC, don’t forget to contact us with your good news so that we can spread the word on our blog, our Facebook page and Twitter.
The Best of Ohio anthology workshop is tonight!
Most of our workshops are open to all types of written material, but this one is exclusively for material that writers are considering submitting to the Best of Ohio anthology.
All are welcome to join us, even if you haven’t submitted any work. It’s a great opportunity to provide valuable feedback to other writers and to meet some new folks.
Log into your CCC account for all of the details, and to download the work we’ll be discussing tonight. Do your best to read as many of these stories as you can before you arrive, so that you can provide feedback to the writers.
Find more information on the Best of Ohio anthology submission process here. The deadline for submissions is June 24, 2013.
Questions? Please contact us.
*Note: You do not need to attend this workshop to submit work for the anthology. This is just an opportunity for writers to get feedback on their work, so that they can make revisions before they submit it for consideration. The workshop is not required for consideration.
You guessed it, we’ve got stuff going on in the month of June.
Anthology Deadline – The deadline for our Best of Ohio anthology is June 24. It’s free to submit your work, and selected writers get paid. Get all of the details here.
Workshops – We’ll host two workshops this month in honor of the looming anthology deadline. The first will be held on June 12. This workshop is for material you’re considering submitting for the Best of Ohio anthology only.
The second will be our regular workshop on the last Wednesday of the month, which happens to be June 26. All types of written work are welcome at this workshop, but you must send it in to firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of the day on June 19th.
As always, log into your CCC account to get all of the details. If you don’t have an account, you can create one here for free.
Those are the big items for June. As always, things tend to spring up, so keep an eye on our blog, on our Facebook page and on Twitter.
Only two weeks remain to submit your work for the Best of Ohio anthology!
Get all of the details and instructions for submitting your work here.
This is a paying market, and it is free to submit your work. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to have your work featured in a first-class anthology.
All genres and experience levels are invited to submit their work. Your resume does not factor into our selection process, we’re simply looking for the best short stories that Ohio writers have to offer.
Check out this link for complete information. If you have a question, please contact us.
Tonight is the deadline to submit something for our special anthology-only workshop. Send in your work to email@example.com no later than midnight to have it included in our peer review on 06/12.
You must be present to receive feedback, so please only submit work if you know you’ll be able to attend on 06/12. Log in to your free CCC account (or create one here
) for details on time and place.
Questions? Contact us, or check out our Workshop FAQ.
See you soon!
It’s crunch time if you’re planning on submitting something for the Best of Ohio anthology before the June 24th deadline.
Find more information about the Best of Ohio anthology here.
In honor of this final countdown, we will be hosting a special anthology-only workshop on Wednesday, June 12th. This is your opportunity to get some last minute peer review and shine up your short stories before submitting for the anthology.
To be included in this workshop, you must submit your work to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than midnight of June 5th. You must be present to receive feedback, so please only submit work if you’re confident you can attend on 06/12.
All are welcome. You do NOT have to be a member to submit, attend, or participate.
Log into your free CCC account (or create one here) for time and place details.
Questions? Contact us or check out the Workshop FAQ.