Thursday, January 14, 2010

Research and Writing Workshop Opportunities

Research and Writing provides editorial and business management services to artists, artisans, academics, professional practitioners and small non-profits. We are pleased to offer members of the Emerging Conservation Professional Network a discount on my services. Of special interest may be:

“500 Words or Less”: Writing an Abstract or Short Proposal
Next scheduled session: 20 April 2010.
Regular price: $50. ECPN price: $45, with complimentary editorial review of one abstract if submitted by 15 June 2010

Your Life as an Independent [Whatever]
A three-week online workshop for unemployed, underemployed and independently employed artists, artisans and academics--or anyone interested in learning more about integrating who you are and what you do. Develop the tools for your independent life. More information at
Next scheduled session: 8-28 February. Regular price: $275 ECPN price: $245

Proposal Writing Workshop
A three-week online workshop about the writing process, focused on writing a proposal or bid. Bring your own project—a book or thesis proposal, a job application, project bid or other application-based writing project—or ask for an ‘assignment.” More information at
Next scheduled session: 24 January-13 February Regular price: $275 ECPN price: $245
Contact me for the deeper discount for groups of 5-8 and 8 or more.

I’m also pleased to offer ECPN members an across-the-board 10% discount on editorial or business consulting services.

You’ll find more information about Research and Writing and all the online courses, meetings, and hot topics meeting series we offer at http: and at

For editorial and consulting fee schedules, to register for these or other online courses with discount, questions, etc email me at

-Sarah Lowengard

1 comment:

Research and Writing said...

Hi ECPN subscribers

I want to point out that the next Proposal Writing Workshop will start 24 January


Your Life as an Independent [Whatever]. workshop will start 8 February.

Because these are asynchronous (participate on your own time) sessions it's okay to sign in a day or two late, but I've found that people so join much later don't always get around to finishing...

For more information, contact me.