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September 14, 2017 · 3:31 am
The Society of Southwestern Authors- September 17, 1017 Writers Forum Alan M. Petrillo Presents Writing Historical Fiction: Getting It Right
The Society of Southwestern Authors
September 17th, 2017
At the Hotel Tucson (Inn Suites)
From 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
475 N. Granada, Tucson, AZ 85701
Coming from the north or south on I-10, take the St. Marys/Speedway exit. Go East to Granada St. traffic light. Turn right on Granada. Second driveway is the Hotel Tucson. OR traveling west on Speedway, cross Stone Ave. Next left is Main St. Turn left, cross RR tracks. Go straight. Main becomes Granada at traffic light, and second right driveway is The Hotel Tucson.
Alan M. Petrillo
Writing Historical Fiction: Getting It Right
Al is the author of 3 historical mysteries, and 5 books on historical military firearms. Al lives in Tucson. He writes full-time for national, regional and local magazines and newspapers.
**SSA is changing up our meeting and our format.
Our format will alternate as follows: Workshop on the 3rd Saturday began in August (cost of $5 no lunch) followed the next month by a regular Forum Format in September on a Sunday still $25 still includes lunch still need RSVP. And so on. October- Workshop. November- Forum. ETC.
All workshops will be on Saturdays. All Forums will be on Sundays.
PLEASE REMEMBER FORUM’S NEED:
Forum Reservations: RSVP
**Email firstname.lastname@example.org or
Phone# 520-444-8253 leave a message for Mary Ann Carman
(SSA’s new Secretary)
by Wednesday September13th,2017
Cost: $25.00 w/ RSVP $30.00 at the door
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