Fritz von Coelln is coordinator for the “Publish Before You Perish” workshop at OLLI-California State University, Fullerton. He has authored children’s books: “Charlie’s Challenge” and “Rollie Pollie Rap” and co-authored “Catharsis, two poets’ way of coming to grips with grief and striving to get on with their lives.” To celebrate the 50th anniversary of St Paul Lutheran Church he published “A Loud-Tongued Bell,” an anthology of legacy stories and photographs. His poems appear in 5 anthologies published by the “Poetry for Pleasure” class at OLLI as well as other publications. He lives with his wife, Cindy, in Fullerton, California and is an active contributor to the OLLI program.
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Olli CSUF student here. I can’t recall what time the newbees are meeting for Publish Before you Perish class. Am I correct that the ladies who are already in the process of publishing will not be part of our group? Can you let me know? Thank you! Apologies for leaving early last time but I had someone waiting and the information in class was really more useful for the “published” ladies. Great website. Thanks again.