Allen Schlag, a National Weather Service hydrologist in Bismarck, and Greg Gust, a weather service meteorologist in Grand Forks, said a combination of cold, dense air last weekend and an eddy in the river likely caused the disk.The cold, dense air — the air pressure Saturday in nearby Fargo was a record high for the city for the month of November, according to Gust — turned the river water into ice, but since the water was relatively warm it didn't happen all at once.
Scott and Shanna put so much time and brainpower into the pre-conference reading and editing.
Their comments were spot-on and helped me start on revisions. TWH was one of the best weeks of my life and I feel ready to go forth and conquer!!!
Writers attend intense morning Major Workshops in their chosen genre.
In the afternoon, we offer Genre Labs, walking tours and lectures.
I only wish I had had the stamina to take advantage of it all and to support all my fellow writers in their readings.