Among workshops planned for the 2017 RMOWP conference in Sierra Vista, Arizona in April, teacher, writer, and editor Beth Orozco present a program titled “Bringing the Stories of the Natural World to Life.”
Ms. Orozco has a home in southeast Arizona plus a farm and orchard in southern New Mexico – what she calls her “160 acres of paradise.” She has a master’s of fine arts degree in creative writing and a master’s in bilingual education, and teaches creative writing and literature at the University of Arizona South and Cochise College, both with programs in Sierra Vista. She is also a contributing editor for Mirage, Cochise College’s literary and arts magazine.
In addition, Ms. Orozco is the organizing chair of the Cochise Creative Writing Celebration, and invites members of RMOWP to participate in the event, planned March 30 to April 1. There will be programs from published writers in various genres, including fiction, juvenile fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, and screenwriting. For details see www.cochise.edu/cwc, and for more on Ms. Orozco visit her website at www.bethorozco.com.