Autumn has arrived in Harford County with a blast of cool air, the first frost, and splashes of bright colors in the leaves of the sycamores, maples, tulip poplars, oaks, sassafras, dogwoods, and various other trees that line the rural roads of the home county of the Gunpowder Pen Women.
Our members continue to pursue their art work and writing projects, and compete in various competitions.
We were lucky to have a wonderful presentation by Virginia Pen Woman, Sylvia Hoehns Wright, in the spring, and hope to offer another wonderful program soon.
We wish for each of you a creative autumn!
Friday, March 30, 2012, 1 PM, Jarrettsville Branch of the Harford County Library:
Market Share – Make it Work for You!
Sharing her scoop: who, what, when, where, why, how and benefits of acquiring niche market share, “communications specialist,” Sylvia Hoehns Wright, provides insight as well as practical guidelines, tips, and strategies for implementing communication formats proven to grow market share – niche market presence.
Attend this FREE workshop session designed to enable the ability to not simply sell your work, but yourself. Great program for writers, artists, craftspeople, and others interested in growing their market share.
For as Nicole M. Bouchard, Editor-in-Chief of “The Write Place At the Write Time” says: “Nurturing and brimming with accomplishment, Wright’s research and workshops seamlessly bring people together to showcase their best talents.”
The meeting is FREE. The public is invited. Learn about self-promotion & marketing from an expert. (Length of program: approximately 1 hour, plus questions time).
Speaker’s Bio: Sylvia Hoehns Wright, The Wright Scoop, The Wright Scoop – www.TheWrightScoop.com , provides speeches and workshops for national and International conferences such as the All Cities Congressional City Conference held in DC, corporate department and business association meetings, and has taught communications for the Virginia Community College system. Involved in national creative arts programming, she presently volunteers as PR for the National League of American Pen Women: www.nlapw.org
The Gunpowder Review literary magazine will make its debut on Sunday, November 13th, 1 PM at Bel Air Barnes & Noble, Bel Air, MD.
The public is invited to hear some of the contributors read their prose and poetry. Confirmed readers include: Barbara Diehl, May Kuriowa, Katie Hartlove, Deb Smith, Kelly A. Harmon, Margaret Mullins, Ann Bracken, Janet Lewis, Sr. Anne Higgins, Victoria Corkran, Patricia Van Amburg, Danuta Kosk-Kosicka, and Vonnie Winslow Crist.
Though most of the women included in this publication are from Maryland, the magazine includes the writing of women from as far away as Australia! Gunpowder Pen Women are pleased to present the 3rd annual issue of The Gunpowder Review, and invite you to come enjoy a wonderful afternoon celebrating creative women.
23rd Maryland State Biennial Convention of the National League of American Pen Women: Saturday, October 15 at the Courtyard Marriot, 5520 Wisconsin Ave., Chevy Chase, MD 20815. $30 per person. 8:30 AM – 2 PM. Includes Continental Breakfast and Lunch.
Program: Karen Henderson, radio talk show host, singer/songwriter, and author will present: “It’s a Wonderful Life” – a talk that sums up her rich and varied career. Harp music by Linda Nash. Art show at Friendship Heights Community Center Art Gallery (directly behind hotel). Performance of young composers’ award-winning music. And more.
For more information contact Maryland State NLAPW President, Linda Nash: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org