Don’t miss your chance to learn how to get paid to write about cheese curds and other creative Wisconsin fare or to travel to exotic places, or event to geocache for kicks and maybe even a writing contract.
The “Writer’s Life” series at Madison College concludes for the semester with a panel discussion on travel writing about places near and far.
Travel writers Melanie McManus, Elizabeth Galewski and Julie Henning will discuss their writing careers at the Madison College “Writer’s Life” Lecture Series held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 17 at the college's Downtown campus.
The May 17 panel discussion will be held in Room 240. Natasha Kassulke, Madison College adjunct journalism instructor, will be the moderator. The writers will read from their works followed by a question-and-answer period.
The public is invited free of charge.
The Madison College “Writer’s Life” Lecture Series is sponsored by the college’s Yahara Journal and The Clarion publications.