Whether you’re just starting out, or working on your fifth novel, this course will supply you with a solid foundation with which to approach your work. Together, we will discuss the most important elements of craft (character and plot development, conflict, setting/tone, voice, etc.) and learn how to apply them to our own projects. Each week, students will get a chance to have his or her fiction workshopped, constructively and respectfully, by fellow workshop attendees & professor Kate Angelella. Kate will also provide each student with a written critique. Register at http://soundingsea.com/index.php/writing-classes/fiction-writing/. Free parking for this event in the lot across the street. Professor Kate Angelella is a freelance writer & editor. Once upon a time, she worked a children’s book editor for Simon & Schuster, where she edited and acquired 30+ original novels, including the John Steptoe Award-winning The Rock and the River by Kekla Magoon, and Nova Ren Suma’s Fade Out. Kate has published many novels as a ghostwriter and now works as a full-time, freelance editor specializing in MG, YA, NA, & literary fiction.
Fiction Writing with Kate Angelella
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