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William Rubel

Writing Workshop #65: Protagonists and Antagonists

An update from our sixty-fifth Writing Workshop A summary of the workshop held on May 14th, plus some of the output published below Inspired by Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake and the ballet’s conflict between Prince Siegfried and Baron Von Rothbart, William focused on protagonists and antagonists. Students saw examples in Harry Potter versus Voldemort, Luke Skywalker versus […]

Writing Workshop #64: Imaginary Creatures

An update from our sixty-fourth Writing Workshop A summary of the workshop held on Saturday, May 7th, plus some of the output published below Long-time writing workshop student and Stone Soup contributor Peri Gordon presented the concept of imaginary characters. The history of imaginary creatures is a long one, beginning some 70,000 years ago with […]

Writing Workshop #63: Character Sketches (Revisited)

An update from our sixty-third Writing Workshop A summary of the workshop held on Saturday April 23, plus some of the output published below In this workshop, William practiced the concept of fast sketching characters. Sometimes, less is more when it comes to detail, and a sparse description of a character is really all you […]