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On March 18 the Enoch Pratt Free Library will present Marketing & PR On a Dime: A Workshop for Writers. Communications professional Cherrie Woods is the guest speaker. Ms. Woods will share tips and answer questions during the two-hour presentation.

A Toronto native currently living in Baltimore, Ms. Woods hopes to teach attendees to market their own work.

“I get asked many PR/marketing questions by writers who are not in a position to pay a professional,” Woods said. “This is my way to empower them with information that will help them be successful.” She also conducts seminars for other groups and organizations.

Ms. Woods is a board member of the Baltimore Public Relations Council and a member of the Black Writers Guild of Maryland. Cherrie is also the author of a book of poetry.

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