Writer’s Workshop: Truth in Writing – Session A, Part 2

Date:
Thursday, 02/25/2021
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Truth in writing is a tricky thing. How much of themselves does an author need to show? How much truth is necessary to build authenticity? Is experience essential to tell a story, or can an author rely on their imagination? Explore these questions and more with Michelle Tuplin (MA in Creative Writing) from Chelsea’s Serendipity Books. This is a two-part workshop, appropriate for nonfiction and fiction writers alike (or even if you are just considering where to begin). Part 1 will be a presentation and discussion. For Part II writers will submit a short writing sample and Michelle Tuplin will select a few samples to critique as well as give general writing pointers.

Register for either of these 2-part sessions: Session A  (Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m.) OR  Session B (Thursdays, 7:00 p.m.)

Session A:

January 21 (Part 1) – Thursday  –  (Note: If selecting Session A – go to January 21 to register for Part 1)

February 25 (Part 2) – Thursday  –  (Note:  If selecting Session A – Register below for Part 2)

Session B:

January 26 (Part 1) – Tuesday  –  (Note: if selecting Session B, go to January 26 to register for Part 1)

February 16 (Part 2) – Tuesday  –  (Note: if selecting Session B,  go to February 16 to register for Part 2)

 


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02/25/2021 7:00 PM 02/25/2021 8:00 PM America/Detroit Writer’s Workshop: Truth in Writing – Session A, Part 2

Truth in writing is a tricky thing. How much of themselves does an author need to show? How much truth is necessary to build authenticity? Is experience essential to tell a story, or can an author rely on their imagination? Explore these questions and more with Michelle Tuplin (MA in Creative Writing) from Chelsea’s Serendipity […]

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