The Writer's Block Festival

Louisville, Kentucky, United States


Details
Nov 10 - Nov 10, 2018

Festival

TUITION / COST:TBA
SCHOLARSHIP:Available
2 scholarship spots per workshop

CONTACT: Amy Miller
PHONE: 15026080853
EMAIL: amy@louisvilleliteraryarts.org
WEBSITE: http://louisvilleliteraryarts.org

The Writer’s Block Festival brings together published and emerging writers, as well as readers, for a full day of free programming open to the public. Enjoy readings, panels, interviews, a keynote address, and a print & resource fair or register for affordable craft workshops with visiting writers.

The Writer’s Block Festival brings together published and emerging writers, as well as readers, for a full day, free event. Enjoy readings, panels, open mics, and a print & resource fair. Pre-register for paid craft workshops with visiting, published writers and sign up for an agent pitch session. The festival begins with The Writer's Block Conversation, an interview with a Kentucky author, often recorded for public radio, and culminates with a reading by the Anne and William Axton Keynote author, sponsored by the University of Louisville creative writing program.


Faculty

Featured Writers Include:

Varies by year


Genres

Poetry, Fiction, Creative nonfiction, Playwriting


Location

TBA
Louisville
Kentucky, United States



Louisville Literary Arts

Since its founding by poet, Erin Keane in 2004, Louisville Literary Arts has showcased the varied and unique voices of both local and nationally recognized poets and writers, career as well as up-and-coming talent. We gather audiences for the InKY Reading Series and Writer's Block Festival through an ecumenical approach to style, genre, and affiliation. Open mic opportunities, writing workshops, and community outreach programs welcome writers at all stages of the writing process to learn, grow, and celebrate one another's work.

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Louisville Literary Arts is committed to keeping all events and workshops free or low-cost, and believe that visiting writers and instructors deserve fair compensation for their work. We believe that whether you are a creator or consumer, you deserve equal access to the wealth of literary culture Louisville and its surrounding counties has to offer.