Triangle Area Freelancers (TAF) will hold its first nonfiction symposium Write Now! 2008 Writers Conference at Wake Technical Community College's Northern Wake Campus on Saturday, March 29, 2008, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Elizabeth Hudson, former editor of Our State magazine and current editor of the newly-launched North Carolina Signature magazine, will deliver the keynote address. The classes, taught by nationally published writers and journalists, are presented in two tracks: "Freelance Basics," which includes querying, interviewing, researching, and editing, and "Niche Writing" which will focus on humor and essay-writing, participatory journalism, and transferring ideas to the printed page. John will be conducting a workshop on internet research, entitled "Digging for Gold - Turning Internet Research into Magazine Gold."
John has been around broadcasting and journalism for over 20 years - from writing for his high school yearbook to directing the entire news operation for a major market radio station in Durham, NC. He has written for numerous newspapers over his career, and...
Causes John Wood Supports
Habitat for Humanity, American Humane Society, Sierra Club Foundation, American Red Cross, Reading is Fundamental