The success of fiction rests on the degree of control the writer asserts over his or her material: character, setting, conflict, action, dialogue, point of view, foreshadowing, metaphor, symbol, tone, tense, voice, flashbacks and flash forwards, showing vs. telling.
Each week, when we come together to critique student work, we’ll address the many aspects of craft and learn how to use them effectively.
During the course of this workshop, each student will present an original manuscript to be discussed by the group and will come to class prepared to assess the strengths and remaining challenges of the mss. to be considered during that session. This will require a careful reading and annotating of the texts beforehand. As you’ll discover, we can be more perceptive and resourceful when working together rather than alone in our garrets.
Starts Sun, Nov 4, 2-5 pm, $395
Manuscript submission required
Kathryn Harrison’s most recent novel is Enchantments. She is also the author of the best-selling memoir The Kiss. She is a frequent reviewer for The New York Times Book Review and has also contributed to The New Yorker, Harper’s and Vogue.
- Kathryn Harrison talks about her most recent novel, Enchantments
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