LAST EXIT: November 3rd Programs!

LAST EXIT is a new project in San Diego dedicated to showcasing local and visiting writers, providing low-cost workshops and readings to San Diego, and building community through editorial apprenticeships. LAST EXIT is so happy to partner with the Library Shop. Learn more about our November 3rd program here:


== LAST EXIT: A READING ==

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Saturday, November 3rd, 2018 |  7 p.m. | FREE
San Diego Downtown Library, 330 Park Blvd, San Diego

Featuring: Allie Rowbottom, Bud Smith, Michael J. Seidlinger, T. Greenwood, and Stephanie Westgate

hosted by Julia Dixon Evans

Learn more about the readers here.
RSVP and invite friends on Facebook here.


==LAST EXIT WORKSHOPS==

November Workshops

Our workshop program launches this November 3rd with two amazing offerings taught by visiting writers, hosted at the downtown San Diego Public Library in partnership with the San Diego Library Shop.

Register now for your favorite workshop (or register for both for a nice scholarly day). Then join your teachers in the evening for LAST EXIT: A Reading at 7 PM. Scholarships available.


midday workshop:

SPEEDWRITING FOR BATTLING WRITER’S BLOCK
by MICHAEL J. SEIDLINGER
Saturday, November 3rd, 2018
11-1:30 PM
tuition: $30
at the San Diego Public Library, Downtown/Central Branch, 330 Park Blvd

ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Register now.
Scholarship applications due October 20th (google form)

Description: Speedwriting for Battling Writer’s Block

There are countless distractions, be it social media, or self-doubt itself, keeping you from getting the words onto the page. Thankfully there are life-hacks to be had for writers everywhere. If you’re looking to jumpstart an idea or simply get back on track with your work-in-progress, we’ll discuss and try out different routines and techniques to keep you on your toes, keep you motivated, and most of all, get the damn words on the page.

About the instructor: MICHAEL J SEIDLINGER is an Asian American author of a number of books including Standard Loneliness Package, My Pet Serial Killer, and The Fun We’ve Had. He serves as Library and Academic Marketing Manager at Melville House, Editor-at-Large for Electric Literature, and is a member of The Accomplices. He lives in Brooklyn, New York, where he never sleeps and is forever searching for the next best cup of coffee.


afternoon workshop:

PRACTICAL APPROACHES TO WRITING & EDITING A NOVEL
by BUD SMITH
Saturday, November 3rd, 2018
3-5:30 PM
tuition: $30
at the San Diego Public Library, Downtown/Central Branch, 330 Park Blvd

ADVANCED REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Register now.
Scholarship applications due October 20th (google form)

Description: Novel Writing: Practical thoughts on turning your idea into a rough first draft and then how to hone that draft in successive drafts. This workshop will talk about the real-life experience of having a day job and pursuing art, how to manage time and get the most out of every day. The instructor of this workshop is the author of nine books, most recently Teenager, a novel from Tyrant Books, as well as a short story collection Double Bird from Maudlin House, and a memoir about the intersection of creativity, family, and having a demanding day job. Bud Smith works in an oil refinery as a welder and rigger, and he will show his method for generating new work while being without computer access for long stretches of time.


 ❤ Special thank you to the San Diego Library Shop

for more information: lastexit.org

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