Writer's Workshop: Story to Idea Workshop

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ID:SEM1699186
Category:Seminar
Rules:Game system not specified
Time slot:Thu Aug 4 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm (1 hour)
Cost:$0.00
Host:unknown (Writer's Symposium)
Ages:Teen (13+)
Experience required:None (You've never played before - rules will be taught)
Materials provided?Yes
Location:Westin, room Congress II
Tickets:0 out of 20 are available (as of 9:30 am Monday August 8th, 2016)
Event added:Thu May 12 3:30 am

Writer and editor Cat Rambo talks about different starting points for a story, the special challenges and advantages or each, and how to best move from rough notion to completed draft.

There are multiple ways a story idea can manifest: a scrap of dialogue, a scene, a character, a title, and more. Each poses its own set of challenges and pitfalls when fleshing it out into a complete story, but each also holds special strengths that a writer can capitalize on. Come hear Cat talk about the 23 possible ways to start a story and let her show you how to move from a vague idea to an actual, complete draft.

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