Thursday’s Work-in-Progress: Packing My Bags & Polishing My Prose

One week from today, I’ll be heading to Charlottesville, Va., for a few jam-packed days. As I’ve mentioned here before, I’ll be teaching a freelancing seminar at WriterHouse, participating on a short-story panel for the Virginia Festival of the Book, and speaking at a local Jewish congregation.

My seminar handout has been emailed to WriterHouse, and I know what I’ll be reading from Quiet Americans for the panel. This weekend, I’ll finish polishing my presentation for the congregants. In my “things-to-take-with-me” pile I’m carefully placing the ARC I need to read en route so I can write a review that’s due one week after my return.

I’m so looking forward to this trip–and immensely grateful to everyone who is welcoming me in Charlottesville.

4 thoughts on “Thursday’s Work-in-Progress: Packing My Bags & Polishing My Prose

  1. Bet says:

    Have a wonderful time! Charlottesville in the springtime is the place to be. (from a UVa grad)

    1. Erika Dreifus says:

      So I’ve heard! Thank you so much.

  2. Polly says:

    Thank you Erika for participating in the VA Festival of the Book.
    The Writer House community is thrilled and honored you’ll be facilitating a seminar under
    our roof. Journey well!

    1. Erika Dreifus says:

      Thank you, Polly! See you soon!

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