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30 Days of WIK15 - Elaine DePrince
Elaine DePrince will host the following workshop during WIK15:
- The Pleasures, Pitfalls, and Practicalities of Co-Authoring
Thanks to my experience of co-authoring with my teenaged daughter, I am able to suffuse humor throughout a session that might otherwise be a dry and boring explanation on the legalities, practicalities, and emotions involved in the experience of co-authoring. audience: Writers, all levels.
ABOUT ELAINE DEPRINCE:
Elaine DePrince is a graduate of Rutgers University, an author, an activist, a motivational speaker, and a former special education teacher. She’s the author of Cry Bloody Murder: A Tale of Tainted Blood (Random House, 1997), a scathing indictment of the blood-products industry, which was instrumental in effecting change to the U.S. blood safety legislation. Her books include, Cry Bloody Murder: A Tale of Tainted Blood (Random House, 1997), Taking Flight: From War Orphan to Star Ballerina (Knopf, 2014), and Ballerina Dreams: From Orphan to Dancer (Random House Step into Reading, 2014).