Writing Teen Fantasy: From Maps to Myths, Learn How to Bring Characters to Life and Make Plots Spark When Writing YA Fantasy
with Jennie Hunter
When: Sunday, April 14, 2019, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Where: George Bothwell Library (Southland Mall, 3965 Gordon Road, Regina, SK)
Young Adult Fantasy brings together intriguing new worlds and characters ready to have wild adventures, but how do you bring all of the elements together in order to create a believable story? In this workshop, participants will world-build, create maps, myths, and voices for their characters. Building up each element, participants will learn how to structure their plot to work within the layers of a rich fantasy world.
Presented in partnership with the Regina Public Library’s month long Writes of Spring program – a celebration of readers and writers.
Advance Registration will open Feburary 22, 2019, noon.
If you do not have a library card and would like to still register, please call any Regina Public Library branch and they can register you.
Jennie Hunter is from Saskatoon and writes literary fiction and short stories. Under the name J. E. Hunter, she writes and publishes Young Adult and New Adult fantasy such as the Black Depths series and the Artifacts of Avalum series. She is currently hard at work inventing her next fantastical world, which may or may not involve magical spies. When she's not writing or reading, Jennie is often out exploring the world and the environment we live in. Jennie was proud to receive a literary arts grant from the Saskatchewan Arts Board in 2018.
For more information, please contact:
Cat Abenstein, Program Coordinator T: 306.791.7746 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org