Online Conversation – Lori DeBoer
We’ve added another exclusive professional membership perk. Each month, we’ll feature an author, editor, agent or other industry expert in our Online Conversation series. The conversations will be held in our new Virtual Salon chat room and members will be able to interact with our featured guests and ask them their most pressing writing and publishing questions.
We’ll kick things off on March 31 with a Q & A with Writing Coach Lori DeBoer. Her clients have won many awards, including: Finalist, Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction’ The Glyph Award; First Place, North American Travel Journalists Association; Salon Editor’s Pick; Finalist, Tin House Literary Award; Finalist, Southwest Writers Contest; Colorado Book Award finalist; First Place, Society of Professional Journalists. She is the founder of Associated Writing Coaches and the Flatirons Literary Review. She has written both creative nonfiction and fiction. Her work has appeared in Creative Nonfiction, The New York Times, Arizona Highways, America West Airlines Magazine, Working Woman, Black Enterprise, Phoenix Magazine and elsewhere. Her short story was a Top-25 Finalist in the 2010 December Glimmer Train Fiction Open. She has taught at Arizona State University’s journalism school, Phoenix College’s creative writing program and at the Virginia C. Piper Center for Creative Writing at ASU.