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Workshops

Writing Workshop #73: Literary Dialogue

An update from our seventy-third Writing Workshop A summary of the workshop held on Saturday, November 5  Today’s workshop called for the writers to pull from their own bookshelves and study the ins and outs of literary dialogue. The participants were asked to share out especially inspiring scenes of dialogue from their favorite books and […]

How Stories Work—Writing Workshop #48: Prose Poetry

An update from our forty-eighth Writing Workshop with Conner Bassett A summary of the workshop held on Saturday, November 5,  plus some of the output published below For this week’s workshop, we focused on prose poetry, which we defined as a prose composition that demonstrates the logic and characteristics common to poetry. The first thing […]

How Stories Work—Writing Workshop #47: Excess (Revisited)

An update from our forty-seventh Writing Workshop with Conner Bassett A summary of the workshop held on Saturday, October 29th Excess: more than necessary—exaggeration, extravagance, exuberance, abundance, unnecessary, overload, overkill, surplus, luxuriance, improvisation, unrestraint, ridiculous To kick off this week’s workshop, we began with four artworks—Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s Dulle Griet, Peter Paul Rubens’ The Garden of […]

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