The GAYA ceremony has the distinction of being the oldest literary awards ceremony in the Southeastern United States while reflecting the current publishing world. The Awards Ceremony has grown in prestige and participation since its inception in 1964 by the Dixie Council of Authors and Journalists.
Headlined by an all-star cast of talented writers, agents and editors, and educational sessions packed with insightful information and experience, the 2nd Annual Broadleaf Writers Writers Conference will offer you all that you need to refine and improve your craft, and get you on the road toward publication!
As technology changes and more media outlets compete for customers’ time, providing an enjoyable experience is critical to both attracting and keeping users. This class aims to demystify UX by giving a practical and simple introduction to what UX is while also explaining some of its core concepts of usability.
Every month, six authors gather at The Snug in downtown Canton, Georgia. From 7 to 9 PM, these authors read excerpts from their novels while guests dine.
Free and open to public.
Join us for an afternoon UX-design workshop that turns user research and the iterative design process on its head by combining a little bit of trivia, a little bit of Clue, and a lot of fun.
A panel discussion, including J.D. Jordan, William Rawlings, Linda Sands, Susan Sands, and Kim Wright, moderated by George Weinstein.
The Dahlonega Literary Festival is an annual celebration of books. Situated in Historic Downtown Dahlonega, the festival will delight anyone who is a lover of books and reading. All festival events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.
The Evening of Writing Wildly. Or EWW, because NaNoWriMo HQ had already used an acronym that couldn’t be pronounced, so we one-upped them with one that can be pronounced. Horribly.
FREE and open to the public — The 2016 Milton Literary Festival Book Club Hookup is a groovy retro-themed event you won't want to miss! Come sip a Shirley Temple & talk books with 60+ authors!
The Georgia Center for the Book is pleased to welcome two Georgia authors, for an evening of conversation on their debut novels CALAMITY and EYES ON THE ISLAND.
The defining characteristic of UX design is it's focus on the user and on an iterative, user-centered, approach to creating solutions. But what if we applied the user-centered design process to non-UX challenges?
Talk UX is a one-day, inclusive conference where UXers can learn, collaborate, and network. You’ll hear from fresh speakers who will share their expertise on everything from design to research to data and everything in between. Through it all, we’ll foster a positive atmosphere that encourages learning and interaction.