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SALLY J  WALKER

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SALLY J WALKER has been a writer, editor, and creative writing instructor since receiving her 1985 BFA from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Her published books include Letting Go of Sacred Things, a literary novel of life stages in the 20th century (The Fiction Works, 2002), Desert Time, a western saga following the life of a young woman abandoned by one man and cherished by another in 1859 New Mexico (The Fiction Works, 2005). Stories are included in the Hi-Lo (Third Grade Level) adult literacy anthology Tell Me of Love (The Fiction Works, 2004), in the Hi-Lo (Third Grade Level) adult literacy anthology The Real West (The Fiction Works, 2004), and the forthcoming books To Touch to Belong, Ties That Bind, Turquois and Feather, The Seduction of Temperance, The Lonely Man, and Storm Maker. Her screenplay The Lonely Man placed among the 233 quarter-finalists of the 4,446 entries in the 1998 Nicholl competition sponsored by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. She belongs to Romance Writers of America CAMEO, Western Writers of America, the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Nebraska Writers Guild, and the Nebraska Writers (a weekly study-critique group she has facilitated since 1985). Well over 2,000 Midwest writers have attended her WRITE-NOW workshops on Intro to Novel Writing, Fictional Characterization, Advanced Plotting Techniques, Writing Genre, Fiction's Grammar, Scene-by-Scene Writing, and Revising & Selling. Intro to Screenwriting and Analyzing & Writing Genre Film.

 



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