About Write with Pride Northwest 2017
On Friday, November 3, Old Growth Northwest will host Write with Pride Northwest, a half-day writer's workshop at the Seattle Central Public Library. This event will feature multiple author-led workshops and sessions that focus on a range of topics, from writing to editing, publishing to marketing.
The Write with Pride workshop has a sliding scale registration fee. Register at the level that works for you.
If you are planning to attend the Read with Pride Northwest conference on Saturday, November 4, 2017, please note that you must register for that event separately. The RWP conference and the Write with Pride workshop are separate events, and registration for one does not transfer over to the other. You can register here for the RWP conference.
Registration fees help support our venue rental costs. If you would like to support Read with Pride Northwest and RWP's commitment in providing accessible registration options for this workshop, please consider purchasing a general or sponsor registration.
Schedule of Events on November 3, 2017
Write with Pride Northwest
(Seattle Central Public Library, 1000 4th Ave.)
10am - 12pm: NaNoWriMo Writing Time (Free, Open to the Public)
12pm - 1pm: Write with Pride Registration (Registration required to attend the workshop.)
1pm - 5:30pm: Write with Pride Workshop.
Attendees will have the choice of participating in multiple writer-geared sessions during the workshop.
The schedule of sessions will be posted late summer 2017.
7pm - 9pm: Author Reading Event at Gay City (Free, Open to the public.)
Registration and Admission
General Registration costs $20.
Supporter* Registration costs $25.
*Read with Pride and Old Growth Northwest rely on the generosity of our attendees and supporters to help bring about programs like Write with Pride. Spending a little more on your ticket helps support our program and helps keep ticket prices low.
Radical Hospitality** Tickets are free.
**Radical Hospitality tickets are provided as a homage to a concept first pioneered by Mixed Blood Theatre in Minneapolis, meant to erase economic barriers in pursuit of building a truly inclusive audience.
Seattle Central Public Library (View)
1000 Fourth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98164
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|