First Draft Series: Reaching out to KY Libraries…

  • March 22, 2016

    Character is Fate (First Draft Series)

    With Normandi Ellis. When the Greek philosopher Heraclitus said “Character is Fate,” he gave us a working definition for what makes great fiction. Here, we will explore fiction writing from the stance of character, studying and writing as we go. As we learn what makes a memorable character, we will see how conflict and plot arise from character, as well as learn how to create complex major characters and antagonists. [ALL LEVELS]

    • Venue:
      Scott County Library
    • Meets On:
          Tuesday, March 22
    • Time:
      6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    • Address:
      104 S. Bradford Lane
      Georgetown , Kentucky,
    • Cost:
      FREE
    • Addl Info:
         

      *Please note this class meets at the at the Scott County Library. Call 502-863-3566 to register.

       

  • March 29, 2016

    Character is Fate

    With Normandi Ellis. When the Greek philosopher Heraclitus said “Character is Fate,” he gave us a working definition for what makes great fiction. Here, we will explore fiction writing from the stance of character, studying and writing as we go. As we learn what makes a memorable character, we will see how conflict and plot arise from character, as well as learn how to create complex major characters and antagonists. [ALL LEVELS]

    • Venue:
      Scott County Public Library
    • Meets On:
          Tuesday, March 29
    • Time:
      6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    • Address:
      104 S. Bradford Lane
      Georgetown, Kentucky,
      United States
    • Cost:
      FREE
    • Addl Info:
         

      *Please note this class takes place at the Scott Count Public Library in Georgetown. Please call 502-863-3566 to register