September 6, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm| Free
Today’s world is literally at a writer’s fingertips. A few keyboard strokes can open the Internet information gates to help you create stories that are distinctively credible and compelling.
This month: Susan Pohlman – Characterization and Dialogue. What makes a character jump off the page and keep an agent, publisher or reader hooked all the way until the end of the book? How does a writer create believable, compelling, and effective dialogue? Understanding characterization and dialogue is crucial to effective storytelling. In this cross-genre hands-on workshop we will explore techniques for creating characters that your readers or audience won’t soon forget. Come enjoy an afternoon of camaraderie and craft as we unlock the secrets to great writing.
Susan Pohlman is the founder and director of The Phoenix Writers Network. She is a freelance writer, editor, writing coach, and workshop facilitator based in Phoenix, Arizona. Her essays have been published in a variety of print and online outlets.Presently, she works as a writer-in-residence for the Arizona State Library system.
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