Check out the IYWM 2017 schedule:
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Take a trip down memory lane and view modules taught at past IYWM workshops:
Diana Rowland is an urban fantasy author best known for her Kara Gillian Series and White Trash Zombie Series. She has been nominated for the RT Reviewer’s Choice award five times and won twice. In 2012, Rowland’s My Life as a White Trash Zombie audiobook, narrated by Allison McLemore, was nominated for an Audie award, and in 2016, the White Trash Zombie Gone Wild audiobook, won an Audie. Rowland was recently invited to write for the Wild Cards series edited by George R.R. Martin and has a story in the forthcoming volume, Texas Hold ‘Em. You can follow Diana on Twitter @DianaRowland
Kurestin Armada began her publishing career as an intern with Workman Publishing, and spent time as an assistant at The Lotts Agency before joining P.S. Literary in 2015. She holds a B.A. in English from Kenyon College, as well as a publishing certificate from Columbia University. Kurestin is based in New York City, and spends most of her time in the city’s thriving indie bookstores. She reads widely across genres, and has a particular affection for science fiction and fantasy, especially books that recognize and subvert typical tropes of genre fiction.
John Bowers is from Richmond, Virginia and studied English literature at Virginia Commonwealth University. After graduating with a master’s degree in teaching, he spent a few years teaching English and Drama at American International schools in Colombia and Costa Rica. There he engaged in community outreach initiatives, picked up surfing, and after one too many eye-rolls trying to get kids to fall in love with Shakespeare, he packed his bags for Brooklyn. Before joining the Bent Agency, John worked in literary scouting, where he read fiction and non-fiction and recommended titles for foreign publishing and film/TV adaptation. He now helps handle the Bent Agency’s foreign rights and is also building a list of literary fiction and serious non-fiction.
Sandra Kasturi is the co-publisher of ChiZine Publications, winner of the World Fantasy, British Fantasy, and HWA Specialty Press Awards. She is the co-founder of the Toronto SpecFic Colloquium and the Executive Director of the national Chiaroscuro Reading Series. Sandra is also an award-winning poet and writer, with work appearing in various venues, including ON SPEC, Prairie Fire, several Tesseracts anthologies, Evolve, Chilling Tales, ARC Magazine, Taddle Creek, Abyss & Apex, Stamps, Vamps & Tramps, and 80! Memories & Reflections on Ursula K. Le Guin. Her two poetry collections are: The Animal Bridegroom (with an introduction by Neil Gaiman) and Come Late to the Love of Birds. When not producing ChiZine books, she works on her own: another poetry collection, Snake Handling for Beginners, and her first story collection, Mrs. Kong & Other Monsters.