Meacham Writers' Workshop Schedule

March 19-21, 2015

Chattanooga State, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Chattanooga Theatre Centre

Campus maps are linked both in and below the schedule


Deadline for submitting manuscripts is March 1st.

For participants who submitted manuscripts: Group Workshop Assignments

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Date Time Location Room Program
Mar. 19th
7:00 p.m. HSC 1087 Readings:
Carrie Meadows,
Earl Braggs,
Susan Gilmore
Mar. 19th
9:00 p.m. Hart Gallery 110 E. Main St.,
Chattanooga, TN
Alex Quinlan,
Chad Prevost,
Group Memorial Reading
for Recently Passed Authors
Mar. 20th
12:00 p.m. UTC
University Center
Signal Mountain Room Readings:
Cherie Priest,
Andrew Najberg,
Thomas Balázs,
Kris Whorton
Mar. 20th
7:00 p.m. UTC
University Center
Raccoon Mountain Room Readings:
Seth Michelson,
Richard Jackson,
Gaylord Brewer
Mar. 21st
10:00 a.m. UTC
Holt Hall
Rooms posted on
assignment schedule
Group Workshops:
(see assignments)
Mar. 21st
2:00 Chattanooga
Theatre Centre
400 River St. Readings:
Kerry Howley,
Terence Hawkins,
Erin Tocknell,
Allen Wier
Day by day schedule for the Meacham Writers' Workshop

Workshop Director: Richard Jackson
Assistant Director: Andrew Najberg
UTC Student Coordinator: Ann Manning
Assistant Student Coordinator: Tyler Kraha
Workshop Coordinators: Earl Braggs, Thomas Balázs, Carrie Meadows
Publication Consultant: Rowan Johnson
Community Consultant: William Teem
C&R Press Visiting Writer Coordinator: Chad Prevost
Meacham Webmaster/Chatt State Coordinator: Bill Stifler
Video Directors/Editors: Charles Parks & Jeff Hanna

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