Carriage Towne News
---- — CHESTER - On Sat., April 6, the New Hampshire Writers’ Project, now in its 25th year, will host Writers’ Day at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester.
The keynote speaker is Andre Dubus III, author of the New York Times Best Sellers, “House of Sand and Fog”, “The Garden of Last Days”, and his memoir, “Townie”. Also attending are seven returning keynote speakers, including Pulitzer Prize winner Paul Harding and award winning author Nicholson Baker.
Classes and workshops will be offered in all genres, including poetry, non/fiction, playwriting, children’s, social media, and digital publishing. The day ends with the finals of Literary Flash, where regional winners read original 3-minute works before an audience and panel of judges.
Registration for Writers’ Day is now open. Literary Flash Final takes place at 4:30 p.m., in SNHU’s Banquet Hall and is free and open to the public. Visit www.nhwritersproject.org for full Writers’ Day program and to register for the largest writing conference in New Hampshire.