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Tuesday, Sept. 7, 6:30–9 p.m., at the Castleberry Point Loft Complex, 327 Nelson Ave. #313, Atlanta, GA 30313 (Click HERE for directions)
| Tuesday, September 7, 2010, 6:30–9 p.m.
Class held in the Castleberry Point live/work loft complex! 327 Nelson Ave. #313, Atlanta, GA 30313
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- Write a check for the cost of the class payable to “Hollis Gillespie” and mail to:
- Hollis Gillespie, Shocking Real Life, P.O. Box 89083, Atlanta, GA 30312–0083.
- Send Hollis a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name, email, which seminar you are signing up for, and the date the check was mailed.
- After Hollis receives your check, you will get a confirmation email notifying you that you are registered in the class.
CLASSROOM LOCATION is in the historic Castleberry Artist District at 327 Nelson Ave. #313, Atlanta, GA 30313. The workshop space is a large live/work loft complex in Castleberry Point. There is ample street side parking as well as covered parking. CLICK HERE for directions from your location.
Hollis Gillespie is a personal-essay judge for the highly-esteemed annual Writer’s Digest writing competition. She is also a Writer’s Digest “Breakout Author of the Year,” an award-winning, syndicated humor columnist, NPR commentator and author of “The Ugly American,” a travel column in Paste magazine. Her books are titled Bleachy-Haired Honky Bitch; Tales from a Bad Neighborhood (ReganBooks, 2003), the film rights of which were bought by Paramount, Confessions of a Recovering Slut and Other Love Stories (ReganBooks, 2005), and Trailer Trashed; My Dubious Efforts Toward Upward Mobility (Skirt!/Globe Pequot, 2008). Her monthly humor column can be found in Atlanta magazine, recipient of the National Magazine Award two years in a row.