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7:00 PM19:00

Writers Coffeehouse Discussion Group

The Writers Coffeehouse meets on the second Sunday of each month at 2:00 p.m. The moderator is Gray Rinehart, Discussions will focus on the latest trends in the industry, the craft of writing, markets, pitching and selling, conquering frustration and defeating writers block. Not a peer critique group, this is discussion and networking. No publishing experience is necessary, and everyone from beginners to award winners are welcome to drop in, whether a writer of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, drama, screenplays, comics, or journalism. Come enjoy the camaraderie of other writers.

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5:30 PM17:30

How to Start a Branded Podcast by Jason Gillikin and Javier Leiva

How to Start a Branded Podcast

by Jason Gillikin and Javier Leiva

Podcasting is a great way to create evangelists for your brand and stand out from the competition.

But how do you get started? Two successful Raleigh podcasters share their secrets on building an audience, buying gear, and turning listeners into customers.

How to Start a Branded Podcast is for:

- Marketers looking to stand out and become thought leaders.

- Small businesses looking to grow their business.

- Beginners wanting to learn how to launch a podcast.

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to Oct 20

Wake Forest Lit Fest

Page 158 Books and the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre for the Arts are hosting a two-day literary and art festival in and around downtown Wake Forest. This family-friendly weekend offers a stage performance, writing workshops, cooking classes, children’s story times and speed-dating with local authors. Sit down and chat with bestselling Raleigh author Diane Chamberlain or N.C. English professor and author Elaine Neil Orr. Or talk about children’s books with Wake Forest author and illustrator Jonathan Voss. He made his debut earlier this year with his picture book, “Brave Enough for Two.” (Henry Holt & Company, June 12).


Friday, Oct. 19

“Biscuit” presented by ArtsPower National Touring Theatre

Show times are 11 am and 6:30 pm.

Tickets are $12 each

Saturday, Oct. 20

10-11 am – Story time with Peppa Pig (Ages 7 and under). A fun craft activity will follow the story time.  Tickets are $3 each and parents are free

Purchase Tickets (via the Wake Forest Renaissance Center site)

10-11 am - Illustration Workshop with Brian Clopper (Ages 10 and up)

Learn how to draw a variety of beasties. Brian Clopper, teacher/cartoonist/writer walks budding cartoonists through a variety of drawing tips as the class draws: dragons, zombies and other monstrosities.

Free Event - Register Here (via the Wake Forest Renaissance Center site)

10-11 am - Brain Balance Workshop

Does your child have no interest in books and struggles to read? That's where Brain Balance comes in! Often, kids have areas of the brain that are underdeveloped, which causes struggles academically, behaviorally or socially. Brain Balance's holistic approach to strengthening the brain gives kids the tools they need to take on life's challenges. When reading is easier - it's more fun! Let's see our students reach their fullest potential and dive into a love for books! Adventures await at every turn! 

Free Event - Register Here (via the Wake Forest Renaissance Center site)


All are 1-4pm

Writing Workshop with Win Neagle - Buy Tickets

Writing Workshop for Young Adults with Nicole Sarrocco - Buy Tickets

Romance Writing with Jenny Luper - Buy Tickets

Publishing your book with Blue Ink Press - Buy Tickets

Cooking Class with Debbie Moose - Buy Tickets

Writing Compelling Historical Fiction with Susan Rivers - Buy Tickets

6 pm - Author Speed Dating Dinner

Tickets are $45 each and include dinner

The details: Oct 19-20. For details, go to Page 158’s website,

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