Featuring: Angie Klink, author
Date:Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Venue: Art Museum of Greater Lafayette, 102 S 10th St., Lafayette
Time: Registration and lunch begin at 11:30 a.m. Program begins at noon.
Program fee: $13 for AWC members and $17 for nonmembers
RSVP: By Friday, November 15 to Sue Brust at firstname.lastname@example.org or 765-464-5139. You also may pay in advance via Paypal using the buttons below. Your prepayment will serve as your reservation.
ABOUT OUR PROGRAM: Whether we’re reading a three-part series in the Sunday newspaper or a novel by a beloved author, we know the kinds of stories that draw us in — visually rich settings, memorable characters and a compelling plot. So as communicators, how do we turn that kind of narrative into a company story worth telling? Local author and copywriter Angie Klink will share her thoughts on researching, interviewing and writing narrative-style for everything from annual reports to websites.
The author of seven books, including Kirby’s Way, How Kirby and Caroline Risk Built Their Company on Kitchen-Table Values, Angie writes from the sleeping porch-turned office of her circa 1900 home. As she looks out onto the heart of the city’s downtown along the Wabash River with the Tippecanoe County Courthouse dome a beacon on the horizon, she writes about lives worth emulating.
Angie will hold a book signing immediately after the program. For $17 each, you can purchase Divided Paths, Common Ground and Kirby’s Way. Read more about these books at http://www.angieklink.com.
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