Tag Archives: literary festival

Hope to See You at a Workshop

29 Apr

 

Stephanie Nikolopoulos Reading

 

I’m so excited to share with you that I’ll be teaching at a few writing conferences and festivals in the next few months. One of the things I believe strongly in as a writer is giving back to the community by encouraging other writers and sharing the tips and tricks I’ve learned from my years as a writer and editor. I also love meeting you all in person and hearing about your literary journeys. I hope to see you at some of the events below. Drop me a line too if you’re going to any other great literary events that I should know about!

 

Upcoming Appearances

May 5, 2019. 2:00pm. Stephanie will teach Writing a Killer Book Proposal at ASJA’s 48th Annual Writers Conference at New York Marriott Downtown (85 West Street, NYC). Details and registration here.
June 13, 2019. 3:30pm. Stephanie will lead Build Demand for Your Book Proposal at Publishing in Color: A Publishing Conference for Under-Represented Spiritual Writers at Drew University Theological School (Madison, NJ). Registration here.
September 6-8, 2019. Stephanie will lead the writing workshop Wild Women on the Road at the Hobart Festival of Women Writers (Hobart, NY). Registration here.

 

Keep an eye on my Appearances page for more information on writing workshops, conferences, and readings.

 

I have a few more slots open, and if you’re looking for an author or publishing professional to speak at your conference, library, or school, feel free to reach out to me at snikolop {@} alumna.scrippscollege.edu.

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I Will Be Teaching a Literary Relationships Class

18 Mar

Nikolopoulos teaching at Festival of Women Writers

I’m so excited to announce that I have been selected to lead a discussion at this year’s Festival of Women Writers in Hobart, New York!

The class I’m teaching will be called Literary  Relationships: Writing in, into, and to Community.

Here is the description:::

Surveying famous literary friendships throughout history—Dickinson and Higginson; Lewis and Tolkien; Hurston and Rawlings; Kerouac and Ginsberg—we’ll discuss the value of friendship among writers from both a personal and professional perspective as well as how writers today can achieve this type of community through such avenues as residencies, writing groups, and social media.
For more information, visit the Festival of Women Writers website and Facebook page.
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Also, find about upcoming readings, workshops, and how to book me on my Appearances page.

So You Want to Be In Publishing

2 Jul

Intern

One of my former interns made this for me on her last day of the internship at the publishing house. Isn’t it so cute? I was really touched. I don’t know that I taught her everything about a career in book publishing, but hopefully I gave her a good foundation.

I thought I’d share a few tips on careers in book publishing and being a businessperson in a creative field:

What’s your favorite piece of advice?

Recap to the Kickoff Party for Mediabistro’s Literary Festival (with links to pics!)

25 Jul

Headed over to mediabistro.com‘s kickoff party for its first-ever Literary Festival last week and had such a wonderful time catching up with friends in the industry and meeting new people! It was great chatting with Carmen Scheidel, who is so knowledgeable about the industry and great at connecting people with mutual interests. (She also happens to rock a great hairstyle!)  She co-hosted the event along with Gretchen Van Esselstyn, whom unfortunately I didn’t get a chance to talk to this time around but who happens to be the person who turned me on to Goodreads.  I don’t want to embarrass anyone who may be shy about having their names mentioned in a blog, but let’s just say I met designers, memoirists, world travelers, writing instructors, and freelance writers, all of whom had a love for the literary arts.

The party was held over at the Bubble Lounge in Tribeca (228 West Broadway), which had such an intimate atmosphere to it.  It was all exposed brick walls, candle light, and art that transports you to another time.

Ayaz Sayeed captured it all on camera. You can see photos of me here and here.