Bay Shore, NY - January 8, 2016 - LIAWS (Long Island Authors and Writers Society) will present a dynamic writing class for all levels of writers including those with an interest in getting started in the craft of writing. The 90-minute lecture given by writing consultant and multi-award winning Children's Author Brian J. Heinz takes place Tuesday January 19, 2016 7:00 PM at Barnes & Noble in Bayshore, NY.
After a career in the classroom, Brian J. Heinz, now teaches writing at Hofstra University. He is a popular presenter on the craft of writing at schools and professional conferences, and he has keynoted and led workshops at both regional and national conferences.
Brian Heinz is a critically acclaimed writer of fiction and non-fiction, in both prose and verse. His award-winning picture books include The Monsters' Test, The Wolves, Nanuk: Lord of the Ice, Butternut Hollow Pond, and Cheyenne Medicine Hat.
Whether the written narrative is fiction or non-fiction in any genre, how does the opening page reveal the attributes of character, emotion, setting, conflict/tension, sensory details, precision language, and pacing? Join us for powerful strategies and templates for immediate application, and discover the primary targets of revision and editing.
"Brian Heinz's long list of literary accomplishments combined with his research travel experience stories adds an exciting element to his presentations. Mr. Heinz is another fine example of the quality programming presented by LIAWS," says LIAWS president, Tom Gahan. "For writers at any level, in any genre, it is an evening not to be missed."
This free event is open to the public. Handouts are provided. Those interested in becoming an LIAWS member should visit online. LIAWS is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 public charitable organization.
Barnes & Noble Bayshore is located at 842 Sunrise Hwy, Bay Shore, NY 11706, (631) 206-0198.
LIAWS Mission Statement
The Long Island Authors and Writers Society (www.LIAWS.org) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to supporting and promoting the craft of writing to its members and the Long Island community. LIAWS nurtures writers and authors at all levels through educational programs, community outreach, book signing events, and networking within the publishing industry. All members pledge to support one another and to be involved in supporting the activities of the organization.