In order to preserve our platform celebrating women authors, we created our first Virtual Flash Readings. Forty writers participated by recording themselves reading their work. The videos were combined into two seamless, beautiful videos by Jessica Vecchione of VECC Videography assisted by Amber Gray. These videos were aired via Zoom on Saturday, September 12th and 13th, 2020.
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Spotlight: The New Writers
Get to know the New Writers joining Hobart Festival of Women Writers 2019 Stephanie Nikolopoulos, Hobart Festival of Women Writers blogger and Participating Writer, speaks to the women joining The Festival for the first time. Link to her Q&A. SPOTLIGHT on Marilyn McCabe – http://bit.ly/2VDXP5S SPOTLIGHT on Ellen Meeropol- http://bit.ly/2wz16tj. SPOTLIGHT…
Spotlight: Ifeona Fulani
Character is a product of dynamic interaction with place, whether that place is a modern city, a medieval castle or a space station on an alien planet. No matter where, how can setting support a character’s desires and actions? How will it frustrate them and generate conflict?