MWAA is thrilled to welcome noted novelist Mary Kay Zuravleff to help us with our dialogue challenges!
Get ready to write “off the map” with Julie Wakeman-Linn in this idea-generating workshop.
Two of our favorite local mystery authors help you solve your writing challenges!
Acclaimed author Barbara Esstman leads a workshop on developing believable characters.
Got an inconvenient corpse in your book that someone needs to dispose of? What about one that has turned up and needs to be investigated? Or perhaps a character that just begs to be offed in an interesting way? Whether you are writing mystery, thriller, suspense, crime procedural, or a…
Many thanks to Rafael Alvarez for the great talk!
MWA Annapolis welcomes Baltimore’s own hometown boy, who’ll be reading stories & telling tales.
Young adult (YA) fiction is one of the hottest segments of the publishing market these days, but writing effectively for this audience demands an approach that in many ways makes writing YA more challenging that writing for either adults or children. Join us on Wednesday, April 19th to learn more…
Rafael Alvarez gave a great talk. Here it is. Enjoy! Rafael Alvarez – MWA Annapolis from fablestofilm on Vimeo.
MWAA is proud to welcome Rafael Alvarez on Wednesday, October 19th at 6:30 p.m. Journalist, author, screenwriter, member of the Seafarers International Union of North America: Rafael Alvarez has done it all, and he’ll be sharing some of those experiences with us. Alvarez is a tireless chronicler of the under-represented,…