It’s been said that one problem with our society isn’t a time deficit – it’s an attention deficit. In this interactive session author Wynne Brown will provide resources and specific tips to help writers pay deeper attention to their writing goals. We’ll work both collaboratively and individually to uncover strategies to complete our writing projects more effectively within whatever time we have available in our lives.
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Writer-in-Residence Wynne Brown (website: https://wynnebrown.com/) is a freelance writer, editor, and graphic designer who describes herself as a "one-stop pre-publication shop." She is the author of four books, many newspaper and magazine articles, and has written on a wide variety of topics, including science, health, history, trails, environmental issues, horses, travel, the Southwest, and more.
Her most recent book, released in November 2021, is The Forgotten Botanist: Sara Plummer Lemmon’s Life of Science and Art, the account of an extraordinary woman who, in 1870, was driven by ill health to leave the East Coast for a new life in the West—alone. This title won the 2022 Spur Award from the Western Writers of America (WWA) in the biography category. Spurs are given for the best western historical novel, best western traditional novel, best western contemporary novel, best short story, best short nonfiction. Also, best contemporary nonfiction, best biography, best history, best juvenile fiction and nonfiction, best drama, best documentary, and best first novel as well as best first nonfiction book.