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All Three-In-A-Row Workshops Registration
All Three-In-A-Row Workshops Registration

Sat, Jan 14



All Three-In-A-Row Workshops Registration

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Time & Location

Jan 14, 2023, 10:00 AM EST – Jan 28, 2023, 12:00 PM EST


About the event

January 14

Creative Nonfiction: Telling Your Story by Christopher Linforth

Have an interesting story to tell about your life, but don’t know how to tell it? In this workshop, we’ll read some contemporary pieces of creative nonfiction and complete some generative exercises to elicit memories and reflection that will transfer powerfully to the page. By the workshop’s end, you will have the material and the framework to begin your journey in telling your story.

Deadline to register and pay: January 12

Participation limited to first 40 registrants.

January 21

Writing the Short Story by Leslie Pietrzyk

This interactive class offers an overview of the fundamentals of what makes a short story soar. We’ll study Fred Chappell’s “Children of Strikers,” keeping a close eye on character, dialogue, tension, setting, and language, and examine how these elements are used to create a masterful story in merely 1000 words. The goal is for workshop participants to come away with insight and techniques to apply to their own writing and revising.

Deadline to register and pay: January 19

Participation limited to first 40 registrants.

January 28

The Structure of a Mystery: Upping the Stakes in Any Novel by Edwin Hill

In this hands-on writing workshop, we will investigate the structure of a mystery novel as a means to increase the tension and the momentum in your novel. Using the three-act structure as a model, we will carefully examine elements such as the inciting incident, the midpoint, and the climax, while paying close attention to the elements that make for a successful first act, including scene development. In the last section of the course, we will shift over to character development, focusing on using motivation to create compelling characters.

You will need a notepad, a pack of index cards, and a pen during class. While this workshop is intended for crime fiction writers, fiction writers of other genres may find it useful and are welcome to attend.

Deadline to register and pay: January 26

Participation limited to first 40 registrants.

This event has a group. You’re welcome to join the group once you register for the event.


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    This is your registration ticket for all three workshops. A ZOOM link will be sent the day before each workshop. You can find all the details about this event on our website. If you have any questions, contact the event host at:

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