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Writing Workshop Program: Larry D. Sweazy at Jeffersonville Township Public Library

June 30, 2023
1:00 PM- 4:00 pm ET

Jeffersonville Township Public Library
211 East Court Avenue
Jeffersonville, IN 47130

Larry D. Sweazy will Lead a workshop on June 30 at Jeffersonville Township Public Library.

Author Larry D. Sweazy will be offering a public writing workshop at the Jeffersonville location of the Jeffersonville Township Public Library. The topic of Sweazy’s workshop is “The Writing Life: Starting and Finishing Your Novel,” and according to the author, the hardest part of writing a novel is finishing it. In this interactive workshop, he will share proven tips and help beginning and seasoned writers alike to build the skills necessary to finish that special novel.

This workshop is open to the public. Please visit or call (812) 285-8609 to register.

Larry D. Sweazy was born and raised in Anderson, Indiana and is a multiple-award winning, critically acclaimed author of 19 novels, 34 short stories and over 60 non-fiction articles and book reviews. An early reader, he was raised in a home filled with paperback books brought home from the factory and watched a lot of 1960s westerns and 1970s detective shows on television. Larry was 49 when his first novel, The Rattlesnake Season (2009), was published. Since then, he has been awarded eight national writing awards, including the Western Writers of America (WWA) Spur Award (2), Best Books of Indiana Award (1), the Will Rogers Medallion Award (2), the Elmer Kelton Book Award (1), the Willa Award (1), and the WF (Western Fictioneers) Peacemaker Award (1). He has also been short-listed and been a finalist for several awards, and his books have received starred reviews in Publisher’s Weekly and the Library Journal. His books have been translated in Italy and Turkey. He has served on the faculty and board of directors for the Midwest Writers Workshop, the faculty for the Indiana Writers Center, and teaches writing workshops in Indiana and around the country. Larry lives in Noblesville, Indiana with his wife, Rose, and is hard at work on his next writing project. More information can be found at