This week Pennwriters will launch a new fundraising auction at eBay offering goods and services for writers. Bidding opens Wednesday, October 1st and closes Friday, October 10th.
Goods and services to be auctioned include the following:
Manuscript review by Tim Esaias, multipublished and award winning writer. Tim is a satirist, poet and writer of short fiction, living in Pittsburgh. His poetry has been translated into Spanish, Swedish, and Chinese; and his fiction has appeared in thirteen languages. He is adjunct faculty at Seton Hill University in the Writing Popular Fiction M.A. program.
Non-fiction book proposal review by Mary Joe Rulnick, author of The Frantic Women’s Guide to Feeding Family and Friends: Recipes, Shopping Lists and Tips for Every Dinner of the Year (Grand Central Publishing, formerly Warner Books). She also co-authored The Frantic Women’s Guide to Life: A Year’s Worth of Hints, Tips, and Tricks. She is a Parenting Publications of America award-winning writer and has written extensively about home, family and women’s issues across the United State and Canada. She is a regular feature writer for Pittsburgh Parent Magazine and Family Digest Magazine.
Copyedit of the initial three chapters of a manuscript by Ayleen Stellhorn, a former book and magazine editor and currently a professional freelance copyeditor and proofreader for nonfiction craft and hobby publishers. Ayleen also copyedits educational reports for ETS and is a lay editor for the Littlestown Area School District. She holds a degree in journalism and uses CMS, APA, and AP styles in her work.
Basket of Joyce Carol Oates autographed books including: Naughty Cherie; Sexy; The Grave Digger’s Daughter; Freaky Green Eyes; Wild Nights, Big Mouth & Ugly Girl; After the Wreck I Picked Myself Up, Spread My Wings, and Flew Away.
Join us and support Pennwriters!
Pennwriters is a non-profit organization supporting writers at all levels. Proceeds of the auction will be used to provide more offerings to the Pennwriters community. For more details about the auction items, and for links to the auctions (when available), visit the Pennwriters website.