Saturday, April 15| 10:00a-3:30p
Milton Rhodes Center, 251 Spruce St N, Winston Salem
Free to WSW members, $25 non-members (inquire re: courtesy rates for local writers groups)
Why not consider joining WSW? Annual membership is $36. Join onlinehttp://www.wswriters.org/membership or become a member at the workshop or via USPS mail.
To register for the workshop firstname.lastname@example.org. Seating is limited. You will receive an email confirmation.
Do you feel like you are writing, but not really telling a story? This workshop is designed to show the bones of good story structure. Apply these principles to any fiction genre and to your works-in-progress. Do you need a jump-start into fiction writing? Would you like to strengthen your story-lines? Do you have a submission that keeps getting rejected?
Muscle up your skills and evaluate your work with fresh eyes, as Dan Davis shares from his experiences as a successful emerging writer.
Daniel J. Davis is a science fiction and fantasy writer based in Winston-Salem. His stories have appeared in several print anthologies, including Swords & Steam Short Stories, Unidentified Funny Objects 5, and Alien Artifacts. His third-quarter win in the 31st annual Writers of the Future Contest earned him a spot in the contest’s prestigious workshop, a weeklong event taught by award-winning authors and New York Times bestsellers. To see Dan’s interview at that event and learn more about his experience there, this video is worth watching http://www.writersofthefuture.com/videos/ and click on Orson Scott Card’s image.