This year's weekend-long fiction workshop will be led by Elizabeth Lutyens. Scenes are the building blocks of a story or novel. Through dialogue, gesture, action/reaction, setting, and sensory detail, scenes give fiction the illusion of real life. For this workshop, excerpts from published fiction will model effective scene-work; in-class exercises based on scene will enhance skills and trigger inspiration. Your own writing will play an essential role. Using sample pages of your fiction, you will explore, within a supportive and constructive atmosphere, the most effective ways of honing existing scenes and creating new ones.
To read Elizabeth's full bio, click here. You can register online at www.ncwriters.org or by calling 336-293-8844.
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This is an opportunity for mountain writers who need and want special attention for that novel or short story collection. The Squire Summer Writing Residency is one of those events people talk about a long time after attending. If you write poetry, or non-fiction, see more at www.ncwriters.org.