Need feedback on a book you’re writing?
Willing to give critique to others also?
The Prairie West Book Writers’ Critique Group
meets the 2nd and 4th Tues of each month at 7:00pm
at the Prairie West Library 7630 W 26th St, Sioux Falls
Anyone interested can contact 271-0815 or email@example.com
THE DATE IS SET!
Our first in a series of “Writers Rendezvous” events
will take place on November 14th at 6:00pm
Come 30 minutes early to get in on a special
Book Signing Workshop at 5:30 (no extra charge)
TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW – but seating is limited so . . .
$25 Ticket price includes:
- Free Headshots (2 poses)
- 2 Seminars
- 1 Workshop
- Dinner for 1
- Lots of Writers talking with other Writers about Writing – How fun is THAT!
You’re coming aren’t you?
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We hope to have a date for you very soon. We are still hashing out the details.
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Email us to let us know you want to come and be sure you’re on the list to get the notification.
South Dakota Festival of Books! Fri. – Sun. Sept. 26-28
- Stop by our table and say hi!
- Join or renew your membership.
- Donate to support the SDAA.
- Request a date for Member Activities.
- Offer your talents and skills for a Workshop.
We’d love to meet you and talk about “writerly stuff” with you (such as the proper use of “ly” in words perhaps?)
See you there!
What a blast we had last week at the Storytelling 101 Workshop! A BIG THANK YOU to Nancy Steedle and also to our keynote speaker, Tom Roberts! Both were informative and entertaining. We all learned some things we can use in our own writing and had a great time in the process.
If you missed it – be sure to watch for the next one and pre-register for a discount in exchange for letting us know how much interest in the topics there will be ahead of time.
Also keep your eye open for the soon-coming 1st issue of the Savvy Scribbler – the South Dakota Authors Association Newsletter – launching soon.
Click the banner above to learn more and register to attend
South Dakota Authors Association is proud to present
our first of many workshops:
May 18, 2013 10am – 3:00pm
at the Ramkota Inn, Sioux Falls
Tom Roberts, Keynote Speaker
Author of: ‘Twas The Night Before Christ, Santa’s Prayer,
and The Little Lost Sock
with Nancy Steedle
Author of: Layer of Lies, Winter Kill, and Grievous Offense
Storytelling can be important in almost any type of writing. Developing this skill trains writers to focus on details and strengthens their ability to bring their story to life for their readers.
SDAA members receive a substantial discount on Registration fees.
Lunch is included in ticket price.
Click HERE to register and attend.
A Little about the speakers:
South Dakota author, storyteller and performer, Tom Roberts, offers participants an interactive and amusing experience as they explore the art of Storytelling.
Through the use of games, exercises and demonstration, Roberts shares his unique insights by engaging workshop attendees in a fun and creative journey of bringing words to life.
With nearly 30 years of experience as an actor, writer and storyteller, Roberts has authored three Christmas books (‘Twas The Night Before Christ; Santa’s Prayer & The Little Lost Sock) and is launching a new one this fall. His life’s work and volunteerism was featured in the book, “Turning Dreams Into Success”.
Roberts has written and performed several theatrical one-man shows including Mark Twain, Will Rogers, Badger Clark, Theodore Roosevelt, Gutzon Borglum and Ernest Hemmingway. He has worked with tens of thousands of students of all ages throughout his career and continues to be a much requested speaker throughout the state.
Local author, Nancy Steedle lives in Sioux Falls and is member of the South Dakota Authors Association.
She has authored three novels: Layer of Lies and the first two books in the Donovan Burke series, Winter Kill and Grievous Offense. She is originally from Pittsburgh, PA and lived for a time in Des Moines, IA, which is the setting for much of her writing.
Click HERE to register and attend. See you there!
Welcome to the SDAA’s official website!
We serve authors across the state and we want to hear from you. We have LOTS of exciting things going on and we want to know if there is something YOU would like to see happen for authors in South Dakota.
We are in the process of obtaining our 501(c)(3) tax exempt status to become a public charity. Tax-deductible donations will allow us to offer more and better programs, events, and opportunities for authors in South Dakota.
The literary world is experiencing a lot of new things and we want South Dakota to have a large part in that. We are not a political organization or special interest group. We advocate for authors across the state and seek to promote and provide opportunities for authors and writing groups to grow and expand their horizons.
We offer special promotions and programs to encourage, support and promote authors and their groups and events. These include exciting writing events, special promotions, contests, grants, and many, many other things to assist and encourage South Dakota’s writers . . . to simply write! South Dakota Writers, our nation and our world needs to hear from you – and that is why we are here – to give you a voice and a platform from which to be heard.
We hope you will enjoy your membership in SDAA and look forward to serving you. If you have ideas about things you think would benefit South Dakota’s writers, please let us know and we will consider EVERY suggestion for development.
You can email us at SDAuthors@gmail.com or post a public comment below in the “Leave A Reply” box.
While the website is under construction you will undoubtedly see changes in layout and content. We ask for your patience during this process but we thought you might appreciate having access to it during the growth period, rather than waiting for the big “tah dah”. We hope we were right.