April 22 Speaker-Camille Faye

About Camille Faye
During her years as a university Composition instructor and writing center tutor, Camille Faye worked with hundreds of writers from varying backgrounds and skill levels on many types of writing projects. She can work with writers in a variety of environments from large lectures to hands-on writing workshops with small groups. During Camille’s presentations, participants are encouraged to work on and discuss current writing projects in order to apply the techniques being taught.
Camille has an M.A. in English with specializations in Composition and Creative Writing. She has traditionally published short stories, poetry, essays, and her award-winning novel, Voodoo Butterfly. She is also a long-time member of the Missouri Writers’ Guild and its chapters, Saturday Writers and the Joplin Writers’ Guild. To learn more about Camille and her writing, visit her website at www.camillefaye.com.
Re-Vision Is Not Tinkering
Newbie writers (and some published authors) can spend hours, days, or even years tinkering with sentences and words on the page. They may never actually finish their work in progress, much less submit to publishers, editors, or agents. True revision focuses on seeing a piece of writing with new eyes and making changes that will truly impact the big ideas presented in the writing. Bring any revision questions that you have about your current writing project and let’s get you published!

About Springfield Writers' Guild

Springfield Writers' Guild was formed in 1943 to encourage new writers and hone the skills of the writing craft. The group meets every fourth Saturday of the month (except for December) at McAlister's Deli, 1711 W. Battlefield in Springfield, Missouri. Visitors are welcome.
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