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Multiple Viewpoints with Suzy Vitello
May 4, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Wondering whether your novel would benefit more from a first- or third-person narrator?
Or how many characters in your novel or story should have a point of view?
How about narrative distance?
This craft-based talk will illuminate some of the narrative possibilities and decisions a writer should weigh when it comes to deciding on viewpoint.
Here are some of the areas Suzy will cover:
- Point of view options.
- A decision-making tool kit to use for your next project.
- Squeezing the maximum from your chosen POV strategy to apply to your current project or projects.
- Clear guidance on what the various narrative options buy you, as well as their limitations.
This meeting will take place online from 7:00 to 8:30 PM.
Click the registration link below, enter your name and email address, and you will receive the meeting link immediately. You will also be able to add the meeting to your calendar.
Register in advance for the May 4 Salem/Eugene Chapter meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Willamette Writers chapter meetings are free for members to attend, and we ask for a $5 donation from guests: https://willamettewriters.org/
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About the Author:
Suzy Vitello’s award-winning short pieces have appeared in The Rumpus, The Southampton Review, Mississippi Review, Plazm, Tarpaulin Sky, various anthologies and other literary journals. She has been a prize winner in The Atlantic Monthly Student Fiction Contest, and has been a recipient of an Oregon Literary Arts grant. Her debut speculative dystopian novel, FAULTLAND, is just out from Ooligan Press, and is already getting buzz—it’s a Powell’s Pick of the Month, and has garnered blurbs from award-winning writers like Rob Hart, Monica Drake and Lidia Yuknavitch. Her YA novels include THE MOMENT BEFORE, THE EMPRESS CHRONICLES, and THE KEEPSAKE. Suzy is also a book coach and developmental editor who has taught widely in the Pacific Northwest. For more info, visit suzyvitello.com.