Current Meeting

 

Speaker: James Hanna
Topic: TEN WRITER TRAPS TO AVOID
Date: June 16, 2018
Time: 10 am
Where: The Sequoia Yacht Club 441 Seaport Ct, Redwood City, CA 94063 (map)

$10 Members; $15 Non-Members; $5 Students/ID; free to first-time attendees.
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Author James Hanna will present ten traps that writers routinely fall into. He will also discuss what works and what doesn’t work in book marketing. Get ready to take your writing and marketing to the next level by sidestepping these potential ensnarements.

Bio: James Hanna wandered Australia for seven years before settling on a career in criminal justice. He spent twenty years as a counselor in the Indiana Department of Correction and recently retired from the San Francisco Probation Department, where he was assigned to a domestic violence and stalking unit. Due to his criminal justice background, the criminal element figures strongly in his writing.

James has had more than fifty story publications and received three Pushcart nominations. Many of his stories are included in his anthology, A Second Less Capable Head and Other Rogue Stories, recipient of a silver medal from the Independent Press Awards. James is also the author of Call Me Pomeroy, which chronicles the misadventures of a narcissistic street musician on parole (a Readers’ Favorite International gold medal winner), and The Siege, a fictional depiction of a hostage takeover in an Indiana penal facility (bronze medalist in literary fiction from Readers’ Favorite International).

James is also a former fiction editor of The Sand Hill Review. Find out more at http://www.willwriteforfood.org.