When: Sunday, April 5th, 2020, 1:30 p.m. - 4 p.m. Where: The George Bothwell Library, Southland Mall (2965 Gordon Road, Regina) Cost: Free
Step into fantasy writing with a couple of easy steps. Learn how to turn ideas into a one-sentence pitch and work on the perfect hook. In this hands-on writing workshop, participants will discover how to use setting to build a stronger character and how to filter in a few killer elements to make their writing pop. Participants should expect to write a few scenes and to actively participate in discussions and exercises.
This workshop is for those interested in writing fantasy. Writers of all abilities are welcome.
Participation will be limited to 25 participants. Advance registration is required and will open on February 21, 2020. Please check back for the registration link.
You will register with your library card online through the Regina Public Library website. 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.
Presented in partnership with the Regina Public Library’s month-long “Writes of Spring” programming – a celebration of readers and writers.
Born and raised in Saskatchewan, Tanya enjoys using the tranquil prairies as a setting to her not-so-peaceful speculative fiction. Tanya has published Ghost on the Prairies, Legends on the Prairies, Cursed on the Prairies, Can’t Dream Without You, Petrified, Programmed to Breathe and several short stories, as well as various works under a pen name.