Sunday August 20, 2017, 1:30-3:30
Community Room at Kirkwood Library
6000 Kirkwood Highway, Wilmington, DE


Seating is limited. Please register at .

The Workshop: Working with your local indie bookstore

Rebecca will be presenting on how to work with your local indie bookstore, including consignment, signings, events & self-marketing.

Joanne will discuss the Hockessin Art & Book Fair, registration, fair prep and table dressing.

Rebecca Dowling

Rebecca Dowling

Rebecca Dowling

Rebecca Dowling is the Owner of The Hockessin Book Shelf, a new & used bookstore in Hockessin DE which has been open for 15 years.

JM Reinbold

JM Reinbold

JM Reinbold

JM Reinbold is the Director of the Written Remains Writers Guild and the editor of the Written Remains Writers Guild anthologies, The Cicada’s Cry: A Micro Zine of Haiku Poetry, and the All-Monster Revolt Magazine. She is a partner member of the Hockessin Art & Book Fair Committee.

Her “short” fiction has appeared in Stories from the Ink SlingersZippered Flesh 2WanderingsSomeone Wicked, and Insidious Assassins. Her poetry has appeared in Red Fez Magazine, A Haiku Miscellany, the Haiku Society of America Members’ Anthologies, All-Out Monster Revolt Magazine, and a variety of other venues.

Joanne’s novella Transfusions was nominated for a Washington Science Fiction Association Small Press Award. She earned an honorable mention as an emerging artist in literature by the Delaware Division of the Arts in 2011, and was twice selected (2008, 2012) by the Delaware Division of the Arts as a fiction fellow for the Cape Henlopen Poets & Writers Retreat.



About Delaware Writers Studio

Delaware Writers Studio is held from 1:30-3:30 the 3rd Sunday of every month (with a few exceptions, noted in the calendar) at Kirkwood Library, 6000 Kirkwood Highway, Wilmington. Different writing-related things happen at the Writers Studio. Some writers offer hands-on workshops, while others prefer to offer presentations. There might be occasions where we have a free write or a free write with prompts. There are also events related to submitting poems and stories, submitting to writing contests, publishing, and more.

Presenting at Delaware Writers Studio:

If you’re interested in presenting a workshop, use the Contact page to submit your contact information and your presentation idea. Note that the Writers Studio is brand new and cannot yet pay presenters, but you are able to sell your books after your presentation.

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