SATURDAY, November 1st Workshop with Craig Wright.
- Your voice will make the work original.
- Your voice is not too plain.
- Your voice is authentic.
- You use your voice everyday.
- Your voice is literary enough if…
When: Morning Presentation: Saturday, November 1, 10 am to 12 pm
Afternoon Workshop: 1:30 to 4:30
Making the Most: How to make the most out of your own voice, your experiences and you
- Revisions are second, third, fourth etc. chances.
- The sound in our heads.
- Our details aren’t too plain.
- “Good” liars.
Please bring pen, paper, or a device for writing and 2 to 4 pages of a recently begun story.
Where: Central Point City Hall Council Chambers
140 S. 3rd St., Central Point, OR
Cost: Morning: free for members, $10 Visitors. Afternoon: $30 members, $35 Visitors ($40 am & pm)
Pre-registration for afternoon workshop is requested at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vincent Craig Wright is a short story writer and songwriter from Ashland, Oregon. Professor of Creative Writing at Southern Oregon University and Co-Founder of the Institute of New Writing/Ashland, he has recent work in BlazeVox, Sleet Magazine, and Vol. 1 Brooklyn, current work in Fourteen Hills and The Harvard Advocate, and upcoming work in Solstice Magazine. He has published one book of stories, Redemption Center (Bear Star Press), published songs for HBO with Megatrax and performed nationally solo and with bands.