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Tara Lynne Groth
PO Box 3734, Cary, North Carolina
Tara L. Groth is a full-time freelance journalist and creative writer based in Cary, North Carolina with approximately 10 years of marketing experience. Her articles have appeared in places such as GO (AirTran Airways' in-flight magazine), The Providence Journal and Blue Ridge Outdoors. In addition to journalism, she virtually collaborates with businesses around the world in their PR and marketing efforts through the composition of press releases and marketing collateral. She holds a B.A. in cultural studies from SUNY Stony Brook.
Triangle Writers, a group of writers from Raleigh-Durham and surrounding areas, opens registration for winter 2012 writing workshops. The series of writing courses will take place in downtown Raleigh this February.
Editor of the Fjords Literary and Arts Review John Gosslee will conduct a complimentary publishing talk for writers and read from his new book of poems, 12 (Gival Press), on Saturday, September 17th in Raleigh.
Debut novelist Justin Kramon will conduct a complimentary workshop in Baltimore on Sunday, May 15th at 2PM designed to provide resources for writers trying to publish their short stories, find an agent, or place a novel with a publisher.
The Triangle Writers Group announces their first workshop in downtown Raleigh on Saturday, April 30th from 3PM-5PM. Aromas in Creativity will explore scent associations in writing exercises at Nature's Pure Essentials, an essential oils and soap shop in the Five Points Area.
Tara Lynne Groth, author of How Do You Roo? A Survivor's Pocket Guide to Bonnaroo, will visit Savannah and Charleston to discuss her book, advice about attending the annual four-day camping music event and festival trends.
Tara Lynne Groth, author of How Do You Roo? A Survivor's Pocket Guide to Bonnaroo®, will visit western North Carolina to discuss her book, advice about attending the annual four-day music event, and trends in festival innovations.
Debut novelist Justin Kramon will conduct a workshop in Raleigh on February 24th designed to provide resources for writers trying to publish their short stories, find an agent, or place a novel with a publisher.