Course Description

In this intermediate workshop, the instructor leads frank but supportive discussions about stories written by class participants and distributed ahead of time. Various elements of effective writing are examined, such as creating character, writing dialogue, using the rhythms of spoken language, managing plot, controlling point of view, and writing technical or historical passages. At least one class is devoted to the business of publishing fiction.

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To find out more about your instructor, see the Writing Workshop Instructor Biographies.

This course will run during the Fall and Winter breaks. 


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