Class: Writing Workshop with the Winooski Library

I will be teaching a workshop Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 6:30 PM EST!

From the Facebook Event Page:

The Winooski Memorial Library is excited to offer an amazing Virtual Creative Writing Workshop! This program is designed for all writing levels. Are you looking to begin your creative writing process? Are you an experienced writer with writer's block? Wherever you are in the process, this workshop can help. Writing prompts will be used to explore story creation and aspects of writing craft, so you will come away with words written.

This program is free for adults and run virtually via Zoom. To sign up or for more information, please call or email Nate Eddy, Library Director: 802 655 6424 /

Workshop Outline:

First Half Hour: Character – Characters drive the movement in any story. Prompts will be questions meant to drive into understanding your character’s motivations and how they act and react in situations.

Second Half Hour: Description/Worldbuilding – Characters don’t exist in a void. Whether you’re writing literary fiction, fantasy, mystery, or any other genre, this prompt will help you see the world your characters inhabit.

Final Half Hour: A brief note on beginnings, middles, and ends – Questions and prompts for each stage of a story.

This program is made possible through the generous support of the Friends of the Winooski Library!


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