Writing workshop set

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Cookeville freelance writer and newspaper columnist Jennie Ivey will conduct an all-day writing workshop on “When the Byline Loses Its Thrill: Making Money with the Words You Write” on Nov. 9 in the United Way of Anderson County office at 161 Robertsville Road, Oak Ridge.
The event is the Tennessee Mountain Writers fall workshop.
Workshop participants will be taught how to focus on subjects they want to write about and tailor writing to fit markets that pay.
They will also learn how to expand their reach and get paid to talk about the things they have written. Writers of all levels and all genres are welcome.
The workshop will run from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The registration fee, which includes morning refreshments and lunch, is $85.
Participation will be limited to 20 registrants.
Ivey is the co-author of three books. She writes a weekly Cookeville newspaper column and is a regular contributor to Guideposts magazine and  Chicken Soup for the Soul.
Visit www.tmwi.org or email Sue Richardson Orr at the orrs@usit.net for a registration form or more details.