Holly Lorincz, a published author, nationally recognized Speaking Coach, and a publishing consultant with one of the top literary agencies in the United States, MacGregor Literary, is offering a one-day workshop for all the writers in the area who want to practice talking to an audience. Her seminar, entitled AUTHOR>SPEAKER, will be at the Hoffman Center . At 7 pm on the same evening, the Hoffman Center is hosting an Open Mic, directly after writer Christopher Lord reads from his works.
AUTHOR>SPEAKER will focus on the three marketing elements that authors, peering out from their writing cave, would rather avoid: the pitch appointment, the radio/tv/newspaper interview, or the public readings. She will offer tips and strategies on how to prepare for your book proposal pitch to agents or editors, brush you up on your interviewing skills, and get you ready to read your prose or poetry aloud for a group of breathing human beings. The workshop will also provide you the opportunity to receive constructive and helpful feedback on your individual material and speaking abilities.
If you are interested in the AUTHOR>SPEAKER workshop , visit the Hoffman Center website or go to the Lorincz Literary website, http://literaryconsulting.com/, where you can register online or email Lorincz with your questions.
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