General · 8th September 2015
Writers want interaction, encouragement, new tools and inspiration. Two upcoming workshops with Jeanette Taylor and Annette Yourk, at the Museum at Campbell River, will do just that—plus more. One is aimed at those new to creative writing. The other will fortify experienced writers who have a project well underway. Both are applicable to nonfiction and fiction, from novels and short stories, to memoir and family history.
A Workshop for Aspiring Writers
Oct 18-Nov 5
1:30-4:00 p.m. Weekly on Sundays
Covering all the key phases, from story idea, character development and planning, to the nuts and bolts of writing craft and revisions.
Intermediate Fiction & Nonfiction
Oct 10-Dec 5
1:30-4:00, bi-monthly Saturdays
For intermediate writers to share ideas and ongoing manuscript reviews, writing prompts and peer discussions, following the book "Write Away" by Elizabeth George.
For more info call Jeanette Taylor at 250-285-3651, or check the website: thescribes.ca.
To register call the Museum at 250-287-3103, Tues-Sun afternoons.
The fee is $140 for both workshops. Seats are limited.