Join Anne Perry, Victoria Zackheim, and Barbara Abercrombie for a day-long writing workshop at Los Angeles Valley College this Saturday, July 18th. With a focus on our specific genres, the workshop is designed to “help you discover insights into your writing, renew your joy of it, and direct you toward compelling fiction and nonfiction.” Barbara Abercrombie has published novels, children’s
Victoria Zackheim will be reading from her new book Faith throughout the month of March. In this latest collection of essays, “twenty-four authors explore their faith, what they believe today, and how they came to those beliefs”. Several featured authors will be joining Victoria at the readings, including: Bonnie Garvin, Mara Purl, Aviva Layton, David Misch (west coast), Amy Ferris, Caroline
Happy birthday to Victoria Zackheim, co-keynote speaker at all three Women At Woodstock retreats last month, accomplished author and playwright, and now, thanks to the time I was able to spend with Victoria in Woodstock, Charleston, and Palm Springs, someone I count as a true friend. Victoria inspired me in two important ways last month.
Victoria Zackheim – Guest Blogger I don’t write sci-fi thrillers, and bodice rippers are of no interest, which leaves me writing in genres that make little money and have small readerships. Personal essays comprising an anthology? The perfect choice! So what do I encourage my creative nonfiction students to write? Whatever they like. No, wait, let
Victoria Zackheim – Guest Blogger I remember a conversation that took place perhaps ten years ago. Someone asked me what would make me happy…as a writer. Getting published? I said yes, that would certainly do it. Or do you need to have strong book sales? Well, yes, that, too. Ah, she went on, and the
Victoria Zackheim is the author of the novel, The Bone Weaver, and editor of five anthologies— Canadian bestseller The Other Woman: 21 Wives, Lovers, and Others Talk Openly About Sex, Deception, Love, and Betrayal; For Keeps: Women Tell the Truth About Their Bodies, Growing Older, and Acceptance; The Face in the Mirror: Writers Reflect on