EventsMill Creek Library Writing Workshop: A Primer for World-Builders

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Mill Creek Library Writing Workshop: A Primer for World-Builders

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Mill Creek City Hall North

Description

Whatever your chosen genre, crafting a reality from the place and time your characters inhabit is not only art, but a learned skill. In this workshop you will be given some basic tools and methods to hone your world-building, as well as ways to practice constructing a viable framework through surroundings and character action. By the end of this intensive hands-on session, attendees will gain a viable working toolkit that will assist them in making both their writing and worlds effective and plausible.

J. Tullos Hennig is the author of an award-winning historical fantasy series, The Books of the Wode. A member of the Historical Novel Society, the Author’s Guild, and the Science Fiction Writers Association, she was awarded the Speculative Literature Foundation’s juried Older Writers Grant in 2018. As Talulah J. Sullivan, she has begun a new series of novels seeking to weave a ‘tale basket’ in the example of her Choctaw and Chickasaw grandmothers.

Space is limited, so please register. Snacks and coffee will be provided. This program is made possible by the Friends of the Mill Creek Library.

Sign up for other Mill Creek Library Writing Workshops:

5 Keys to Creating Compelling Characters
The Art of 5 Focus Storytelling
Writing Memoir: What? Why? How?


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Suitable for:
Adults
Type:
Writing & Poetry
Language:
English

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