This SBWC special event, with Tim Castner, Mary Babson Fuhrer, Tona Hangen, Kevin Levin, Megan Kate Nelson, Richard C. Wiggin, and Ursula Wong, is a panel discussion about the joys and challenges of writing historical fiction and non-fiction, held in conjunction with the annual Thayer Memorial Library Booksale and the Horseshed Fair.
This intensive workshop is open to those writers who attended Seven Bridge Writers’ Collaborative’s earlier session, Writing the Personal Essay, and who want personalized guidance for their work.
Join writer Winona Winkler Wendth for an intensive two-hour session that will enable writers to sharpen their thoughts, develop their voices, shape their ideas into one of the several traditional essay forms, and maintain thematic consistency.
Each attendee should bring an example of an essay he or she is working on—in almost any stage of completion but no longer than 800 words—for assessment and advice. The class will include discussions related to voice and tone, language, patterns and structure, audience awareness, and suggestions for publication.