Novel Ideas with Ted Staunton

Novel Ideas with Ted Staunton

Monday, January 22 3:30pm to Monday, March 19 6:00pm
Mary J. Benson Branch

NOVEL IDEAS

An eight week workshop series on fiction writing with Ted Staunton.

Whether you're a beginner or a writer looking to take a project further, this is a chance to try out possibilities and get supportive feedback while also having some fun. Participants may share work of their own or try writing assignments as we consider character, story structure, pace, point of view, voice, and plot development in novels and short stories, and discuss how these can be developed in everyone's work.

Mondays, 5:30 pm starting January 22, 2018 at the Mary J. Benson Branch

For course information, registration, and payment ($125) contact Ted tedstaunton@sympatico.ca

Ted Staunton is the author of many books, from novels for adults and teens to non-fiction, novels for kids, and picture books for families. His work has received many award nominations (and once or twice even the awards themselves). He also teaches creative writing classes at George Brown College.

Audience: 
Adults