Publishing Intensive Webinar
with Zelda Lockhart
Includes Free Publishing Booklet:
Thursday, July 23rd 6-9pm ET
All of the Practical and Technical Information You Need to Finish It, Write a Proposal, Build Your Platform, and Choose the Right On-Demand Print/E-book Distributor.
This workshop provides a practical plan to get the book to market. You’ll receive guidance from Zelda’s 30 years of industry knowledge to help you turn that book project into a reality. In additional to guiding you to a reputable agent and press, the webinar and the free booklet also offer the unconventional truths about pursuing Self-Publishing the right way in the first place so that your book project is both print and ebook and is sold through all distributors like Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Fee: $50 Includes the electronic 25 page booklet of step by step information and resources
Click Here to Register
Upon registration an email and link to the webinar will be sent to your email address.
Saturday July 25th
Time: 11am - 1pm EST
via Zoom Video
In this workshop, participants will be encouraged to experiment with sound, space, objects, and the presence of other voices and perspectives, in order to develop a sense of awareness of their unique noticings in the midst of chaos. This may be valuable to understanding what grounds you, what frightens you, what makes you happy, and what you find curious in life. In this fun, playful, and mindful environment, you will strengthen your sense of equilibrium and “sense memory,” and find your center in the midst of acute stress. You will be encouraged to locate your equilibrium internally and then connect, engage, and share in community.
Fee: Sliding Scale $50-$100
Natasha Thomas, PhD is a Board Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC) and Clinical Assistant Professor at Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI). She additionally serves on the steering committee of the Black Music Therapists Network (BMTN), and co-facilitates a BMTN hosted podcast called “Black Creative Healing.” Natasha’s research, clinical and community-oriented work are all inclusive of emerging technology, as well as the perspectives of disability and queer identities, and the unique ways those perspectives and resources can intersect to impact quality of life and meaning making.
Zelda Lockhart holds a PhD in Expressive Arts Therapies, an MA in Literature and a certificate in writing, directing and editing from the New York Film Academy. She is passionate about helping people bring forth their untold experiences for the sake of self-definition, healing, and self-liberation. Her latest books include The Soul of the Full-Length Manuscript: Turning Life’s Wounds into the Gift of Literary Fiction, Memoir, or Poetry.
Sign up for One 2 hour session with Zelda for $100 or
Save per session and sign up for Five 2 hour sessions with Zelda for $400.
Sessions are conducted via Zoom
In these sessions, Zelda Lockhart, PhD utilizes the literary arts with other art forms as adjunct to help folks reach the goal of healing and transforming through the creation of a literary manuscript. Clients write their personal life experiences through a process Zelda calls "personal plot". The self discoveries encountered during the writing process do what literature can do, offer a long-term road map for the self and offer food, medicine and kinship for others. "Personal Plot" is helpful for having revelations and forward movement in your relationships with self, family, friends, intimate partnerships, work, and society at large. It is also a helpful tool to help individuals reach goals in life that have felt out of reach, barred by fear, self-judgement and other obstacles.
Wonderful byproducts of this method are the works of poetry, personal essays, short stories or full-length manuscripts that result.
The accompanying book for these sessions is The Soul of the Full-Length Manuscript: Turning Life's Wounds Into the Gift of Literary Fiction, Memoir, or Poetry by Zelda Lockhart, PhD.
To Register Click Here (a 15 min phone consult to measure the good fit will occur before your first session).
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LaVenson Press is devoted to helping women and girls of color take ownership of their stories through publication. To that end, LaVenson Press hosts publishing workshops, and publishes a yearly literary magazine and anthologies that highlights the poetry, memoir, and fiction of women and girls of color.