Thursday, February 25, 2010

Lisa Lenard-Cook's Activities

Upcoming Talks, Classes, & Miscellany

Alternating Mondays
March 1st - June 7th (8 weeks)
6 PM - 8 PM Mountain Time
Location: Online! via WiZiQ
This eight-session course covers the seeds of story,
character, plot, and background
before moving to timing, form, style and more.
Info/to register:

a lively discussion of what inspires us, what keeps us going, and how we make our art fit into our lives
6 p.m. March 11
National Hispanic Cultural Center
1701 Fourth St. SW
Albuquerque NM
Salon Ortega

poet KATHLEEN DRISKELL Seed Across Snow, Spalding University
author LISA LENARD-COOK Dissonance, Coyote Morning, The Mind of Your Story
author + journalist CAROLYN FLYNN Spalding University, SAGE magazine
writer + artist ROMA ARELLANO


Albuquerque Fiction Workshops
with Lynn C. Miller & Lisa Lenard-Cook

Novelist/Playwright/Award-winning professor & good friend Lynn Miller ( & I have teamed up to form Abq Fiction Workshops. Our first Artful Weaving class is filled, but we’re taking names for the next one. We’re also putting together Fictive Technique for Memoir Writers, & are interested in hearing what other classes you might like us to offer. Info for any Abq Fiction Workshops class:
Share the Wealth

This June, my daughter Kaitlin will be riding her bike from San Francisco to Los Angeles (that’s over 500 miles!) in the AIDS Life Cycle. If you’d like to cheer her on by making a contribution, here’s the link:

Bev Bell, whose work with Haitian women is legendary, is posting from Haiti here:

Bob & I are honoring Roadrunner Food Bank’s 30 years of feeding hungry New Mexicans by purchasing a chair at one of their tables. You can do the same (or learn about other funding opportunities at RRFB) by emailing Be sure to tell her I sent you.
the fine print

Connie Gotsch Host Write On Four Corners KSJE FM, Farmington NM Author two award winning novels Snap Me a Future and A Mouthful of Shell available

Always in Print ‘Cuz They’re Print on Demand!

And now out! Belle’s Star,’ a youth novel from Artemesia Press at and, and through your local book store. Winner 2010 Mom’s Choice Award Finalist 2009 New Mexico Book Awards

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