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Start: 10:00 am
End: 4:00 pm
Sun., July 21 • 10:00-4:00 pm • $105This class has been postponed - please call us at (415) 927-0960 for further informationThis workshop focuses on crafting concise narratives for writers of both fiction and creative non-fiction. The class reads and examines successful short stories and essays in order to learn the art of selectivity in writing.Ethel Rohan is the author of two story collections: Goodnight Nobody, and Cut Through the Bone.  
Start: 10:00 am
End: 11:45 am
Sun., July 21 • 10:00-11:45 am • $30This class has been postponed - please email bpclasses@bookpassage.com for further informationClass will cover self-publishing agreements and other legal issues affecting authors who self-publish.Authors’ Legal Rights SeriesAn overview of the legal and business issues facing writers. Daniel Riviera is an entertainment attorney based in San Francisco with extensive experience in the entertainment industry. Q&A session to follow presentations.    
Start: 11:00 am
From Dorothy’s red slippers to dinosaurs to the Wright brothers’ plane, the Smithsonian is filled with fascinating objects. Yet choosing what to see can challenge even the most enthusiastic families. Awesome Adventures at the Smithsonian ($14.95) by Emily Korrell is the perfect way to engage a son or daughter on the big trip to Washington, DC. 
Start: 12:30 pm
End: 1:45 pm
Sun., July 21 • 12:30-1:45 pm • $30This class has been postponed - please email bpclasses@bookpassage.com for further informationClass will cover movie/TV option/purchase agreements and exploiting derivative rights for authors.Authors’ Legal Rights SeriesAn overview of the legal and business issues facing writers. Daniel Riviera is an entertainment attorney based in San Francisco with extensive experience in the entertainment industry. Q&A session to follow presentations.    
Start: 4:00 pm
Coyote Winds ($10.99) follows the adventures of a boy and his coyote living on the prairie in the years preceding the Dust Bowl. Author Helen Sedwick explores the American spirit that drew families to windswept frontiers, and the consequences of those choices. Sedwick’s writing has previously appeared in bosque and Vintage Voices Anthology. 


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