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Here is one of the slides from the Setting/Dialogue Workshop. What can you tell about the story from this setting?
Comments from Last Saturday's Setting/Dialogue Workshop
Today was so helpful to my project--enjoyed the SMALLER group--superb presentation--perfect pacing--good exercises with just the right amount of time allowed--GREAT EXAMPLES--the info and handouts are excellent--the VWS setting is great--this is a writing place--this is a new adventure and I'm totally enjoying myself--let's add yoga--let's add rum punch!
I have fallen like a fish into deep water, so that the one I love will throw the net. Hafiz
As Valentine's Day approaches, I'm always fumbling around for just the right thing to give my wonderful husband. As a poet, I should probably write him a love poem. But can I do this? Not me. Not easily. This exercise has proven helpful.
Freewrite six or more sentences that mimic Hafiz. Ex. I have climbed the tall tree in the orchard so that my love can bring me a ladder. Put the sentences in some sort of order. Make a poem out of these sentences or use them as a jumping off place for your own poem.
Bring them to share at our Roundelay on Sunday afternoon, March 9, from 2-4.
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Feb 6 - Feature Writing, Rebecca Mahoney 3-5 ($20)- CANCELLED
Feb 8 - Writing Circles - CANCELLED Feb 9 - Sunday Roundelay - CANCELLED
Feb 13 - Features Writing Workshop 3-5 p.m.
Feb 15 - Dialogue and Setting 9-4
Feb 16 - Fayetteville Writing Circle - NEW Feb 22 or March 15 - The Word and the Sentence
March 1 or April 19 - Subtext, High Events, Closings
March 2 - Fayetteville Writing Circle March 7 - Writing Circles
March 8 - Writing Circles
March 9 - Sunday Roundelay March 15 - The Word and the Sentence
March 16 - Fayetteville Writing Circle March 22 or May/June (TBA) - Self-Editing
March 23 - Sunday Roundelay
April 4 - Writing Circles
April 5 - Writing Circles
April 6 - Fayetteville Writing Circle April 13 - Sunday Roundelay
April 19 - Subtext, High Events, Closings
April 20 - Fayetteville Writing Circle April 25 - Writing Circles
April 26 - Writing Circles
April 27 - Sunday Roundelay
May or June - Self-Editing
May 3 - Pat Carr, Short Story
For more information or to register for any workshop, contact Alison at email@example.com or 479 292-3665.
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