You wrote a novel in 30 days! Hooray! Bring that gem in the rough to the library and we’ll dive in to revision strategies to help you shape it into something truly beautiful. Join us for AFTER NANO, NOW WHAT?!

(Didn’t finish your nano novel but want to come learn some revision strategies anyway? Please come!)
This revision workshop with Wordcrafters in Eugene is sponsored by the Eugene and Springfield Public Libraries.
What is NaNoWriMo?
That’s short for National Novel Writing Month. For the month of November, participants from around the world (affectionately known as Wrimos) gather online and endeavor to write their own 50,000-word novels. It’s a month of enthusiasm, determination, and ferociously fast writing. If you enjoy a challenge, or just need a deadline, the NaNo challenge is for you! Here’s a little more about how it all works. []
There are two dates to take this workshop:
  • Monday, December 3, from 5:30-7:30 pm
  • Springfield Public Library |  225 5th Street, Springfield
  • Free and open to the public
  • Wednesday, December 5, from 5:30-7:30 pm
  • Eugene Public Library | 100 W 10th Ave, Eugene
  • Free and open to the public

About the Instructor: Daryll Lynne Evans began her writing career as a playwright with the Performing Arts Conservatory in Colorado, where she also taught theatre and play writing to youth. She has an MFA in fiction from Purdue University, where she taught creative writing and worked with Sycamore Review. She has taught writing workshops as part of the Loose Leaf Writing Series in Indiana, and for the Mid-Valley chapter of Willamette Writers in Eugene, and had been a presenter at Wordcrafters, Willamette Writers, and South Coast Writers conferences. She directs Wordcrafters in Eugene 

These free workshops are brought to you by Springfield Public Library, Eugene Public Library, and Wordcrafters in Eugene.