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Maryland State Arts Council


Sep 27

Baltimore Chapter September 27th Meeting

Making Sales Happen:Developing Your Marketing Plan with Austin S. Camacho. Learn how to develop a marketing plan that will start sales and keep them coming.

Oct 9
Oct 13

Montgomery County Chapter Oct Mtg - Revision Tips and Topics

Join Julie Wakeman-Linn, former Editor In Chief of Potomac Review, for a hands-on, dynamic session to help ensure the success of your short stories or essays

Oct 13

Carroll County Chapter Meeting - Plotting for Success, Or, How to Get to "The End"

Pantzer or plotter, beginner or seasoned writer, having a story roadmap can help you navigate the beginning-to-middle-to-end of your book.

Oct 17

Annapolis Chapter - Develop Driving Dialogue

Write realistic dialogue, with the cadence, word choice, and tone that distinguishes each character.

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MWA chapter meetings are open to the public and are free to MWA members and first-time guests. Returning non-members will be asked to pay $5. Non-members wishing to join MWA may do so at meetings or here

Events marked 'FYI' are not MWA events, and are provided as a courtesy for the benefit of members and supporters.

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