Let's Dress Up:
Rhythm, Rhyme, and Adding Pizzazz
Presented by Virginia McCullough
June 7 - 25, 2021
Cost: Free for RWAOL members. $15 for non-members. Public welcome.
Registration is required. Registration opens May 24, 2021.
About This Workshop
Flat or flowing, boring or brilliant? What separates good writing from fine writing? Sometimes it’s a matter of dressing up your writing with a smattering of carefully chosen accessories, from letters, journals, and recipes to alliteration, patterns, and rhythm. Add pizzazz to your work and lift it from good enough to standout and special.
About The Presenter
Born and raised in
Chicago, Virginia started her writing career when her family moved to the coast
of Maine and she began writing articles on many topics, including family
living, children’s literature, business, and women’s issues. Her work appeared
in a variety of magazines including Baby Talk and Marriage &
Family Living. During the years
her family lived aboard a sailboat, she wrote about boating and cruising and
her articles appeared in magazines such as Cruising World and Sail.
Virginia broke into book publishing with her first coauthored books, TMJ Syndrome: The Overlooked Diagnosis, with A. Richard Goldman, DDS and Touch: A Personal Workbook (Open Arms Press), with Greg Risberg, M.S.W. Many more coauthored books followed over the next 25 years.
What You Need to Know
- Deadline to register: June 7, 2021
- You do NOT need to be a member of RWA® or RWAOL to take this class.
- RWA® Online conducts all workshops via a discussion board system located on this
website. However, access to the site is
restricted by login and password to ensure that the workshop is only available
to those that are authorized to attend. This is not an email loop workshop.
- For questions, contact us through our contact form.