Local writer hosts workshop for new writers at Cashiers Library

Albert Carlton-Cashiers Community Library is proud to present a new workshop series for aspiring writers. Beginning Feb. 2, the Winter Writer’s Workshop will be held every Thursday in Feb. and March at 1:30 p.m. in the conference room at the Cashiers Library. 

The workshop will be taught by local author Ashley Stewart. In this workshop, Stewart will discuss and demonstrate the basic skills that every writer needs to be successful, including how to create an outline, editing and what to expect during the publishing process. 

Sponsored by the Albert Carlton-Cashiers Community Library, the Winter Writer’s Workshop provides new and aspiring writers with the support and guidance they need to be successful. 

The workshop is free to attend. Writers of all skill levels are encouraged to attend. For more information, contact the Cashiers Community Library at 828.743.0215. 

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