2022 Conference Workshops

The conference includes four workshops – three for the general public and one for high school students. All workshops are capped at 10 participants, and will not be recorded or live streamed. Scroll down for individual session descriptions and registration links. ASL interpretation for sessions is happily provided by request. If you have any accessibility needs, or questions, please email Robert <at> Day Eight.org. We ask requests be submitted ASAP to allows us to provide the best options for service.

Conference Workshops

Writing Workshop for High School Students

Saturday February 26, 10:30 – 11:45am

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Book Review Writing Workshop with Stephanie Merry

Saturday February 26, 9:30 – 10:45am

Stephanie Merry oversees books coverage for the Style section. She previously covered pop culture and wrote movie reviews. She joined The Washington Post in June 2008 after working on the business side at the Hill newspaper.

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Book Review Writing Workshop with Ron Charles

Saturday February 26, 9:45 – 11:00am

Ron Charles writes about books and publishing for The Washington Post. For a dozen years, he enjoyed teaching American literature and critical theory in the Midwest. Before moving to the District, he edited the books section of the Christian Science Monitor in Boston. His wife is an English teacher and the cinematographer of their satirical series, “The Totally Hip Video Book Review.”

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Book Review Writing Workshop with Holly Smith

Saturday February 26, 10:00 – 11:15am

Holly Smith is editor-in-chief of the Washington Independent Review of Books, as well as a college lecturer and longtime freelance writer. Her work has appeared in the Washington Post, CNBC.com, Salon, Brain, Child, and other publications.

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