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For anyone in the Kingston, Ontario area, on April 2 I will be presenting a workshop called “Creating Story Ideas When Your Muse Won’t Cooperate” as part of the Open Studio Series at Queen’s University’s Faculty of Education. Here are the details:

Tuesday, April 2nd, 6 pm-8 pm
$20 Registration fee
So you want to write fiction, but have a hard time coming up with
ideas? No problem! This workshop will enable participants to
develop easy methods for generating an unlimited supply of
original ideas that can be used as the basis of a short story, novel,
play, screenplay, or comic book. Teachers can also use these
methods effectively in their classrooms to help students invent
stories. Materials are included in registration fee.Open Studio Line Up 2013

To register for a workshop, please e-mail open_studio@hotmail.com
For more information, please see educ.queensu.ca/events/openstudio


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This fall, I will be teaching a course called, “Storybuilding: From Idea to Outline.” The course begins in September and sessions will take place on Wednesday evenings at St. Lawrence College in Kingston, Ontario.

By sheer luck, this makes it perfect timing for anyone wanting to prep for Nanowrimo.

In the workshops, I will cover methods of generating story ideas and using story theory to develop ideas into solid outlines.

All writers and aspiring writers are welcome.
Visit St. Lawrence College for more information.

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