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Welcome to SLO NightWriters


 


March, 2022 General Meeting Tuesday 8th  6:30 p.m.


Jordan Rosenfeld  


Janice Konstantinidis is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.


Topic: SLO NightWriters General Meeting

Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime


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Get Intimate With Your Characters                                                                                                                             

What makes those books you can’t put down until your eyelids are sandy and your brain is buzzing, compelling? Unforgettable, unique characters who are real, flawed, complex and human.

In this workshop writers will learn what it takes to build complex characters, unlock the essentials of point of view (POV), learn about key “character cues” crucial to demonstrating character, and much more. 

"For writers of all levels. You don't need to have a work in progress to attend."


Bio:

Jordan Rosenfeld holds an MFA in Creative Writing & Literature from the Bennington Writing Seminars and a B.A. in Liberal Studies from the Hutchins School at Sonoma State University.

She is author of three suspense novels, most recently, Women in Redand six books on the craft of writing, most recently How to Write a Page Turner.

Her articles and essays have appeared in such publications as The Atlantic, The New York Times, Scientific American, The Writer, Writer’s Digest Magazine and more. 

She teaches online writing classes, edits manuscripts and freelance writers. Learn more about her at: www.jordanrosenfeld.net








Round Tables Critique Sessions begin at 5:15 pm

Terry Sanville and  Mark Arnold will be here to critique your work

Please keep your submission to two pages, typed, 12-point font, double spaced. This is a great—and safe—way to see what the critiquing process is all about, get valuable feedback from two fantastic writers, and practice reading your work to a small audience

This is an opportunity to get feedback on your work in progress and practice your constructive critiquing skills. It is also a great way to get to know other writers in our group. You do not have to bring along work to participate. Please keep submissions to double-spaced, 12 font, two pages.

Please email your submissions to Terry and Mark ahead of time:

Terry: tsanville@sbcglobal.net

Mark: markarnoldphd@gmail.com








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