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Faculty Authors: Florida State College at Jacksonville: Previous Programs

FSCJ Writers' Festival 2015

The date for the 2015 FSCJ Writers' Festival has passed. We will post dates for future events as they are made available. Thank you for supporting FSCJ faculty authors!

 

 

Save the Date! More than 25 of FSCJ's own published writers will lead workshops and panel discussions on various aspects of writing and publishing. Don't miss this great event as South Campus celebrates the past, present and future of writing in commemoration of the College's 50th Anniversary! 

 

Keynote Speaker: Robert Gentry, “History of FSCJ: Past Achievement, Present Challenge”

Featured Speaker: Laura Lee Smith, “From Inspiration to Publication: The Story of a Novel”

 

With:

Marian Beaman

Elizabeth Friedmann

Wesley Moody

Robert Blade

Tim Gilmore

Sally Nielsen

Michele Boyette

Kelsi Hasden

G.M. Palmer

Ruth Coe Chambers

Andrew Holt

Judith Poucher

Jenn Chase

Robert W. Janson

Michael Reynolds

Hope Clayton

Mo Kamiar

Andy Rojas

Howard Denson

Mary Sue Koeppel

Cheryl Schmidt

Judith Erwin

HR Maly

Jean Shepard

Julian Earl Farris

Emily Michael

Harvey Slentz

          

Location:

            Florida State College at Jacksonville

            Nathan H. Wilson Center for the Arts

            11901 Beach Blvd.

            Jacksonville, FL 32246

Schedule:

            Thursday, October 15, 2015 2015, 5:00 - 7:30 p.m.

                      Event Launch

                      Keynote Speaker, Robert Gentry

                      Book Market for FSCJ Writers' Works

                      Musical Entertainment

            Friday, October 16, 2015, 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

                      Featured Speaker, Laura Lee Smith

                      Workshop Sessions and Book Market

                      50th Anniversary Celebration