Harness the power of music in your writing! Join author Leah Velez in this workshop and discover how you can use your favorite song to structure your own story. Take this as a stand-alone class or as part of our Winter Warmup Series!
About this Workshop: What is it that makes music so memorable, and so emotionally resonant? And how can we harness that power in the written medium? Let’s talk about it! In this one day class, we will analyze a piece of music and a story that uses that structure, together. Then… bring in your favorite song, and we’ll dissect it for patterns, and analyze its effectiveness, and use it as a model for your own story! You’ll leave with a blueprint you can use.
Details:
Tuesday, March 12, 6-8 PM
Wordcrafters in Eugene Workshop at 425 Lincoln St, Eugene
Cost: $49*
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*Take this alone or take as part of our Winter Warmup Series. If you take the series you get 6 classes for the price of 5!
About the Instructor: Leah Velez is a graduate of the University of Oregon’s MFA in Fiction, and Northwestern University’s fiction program, Leah was a High School English Teacher in Chicago Public Schools before moving to Oregon, where she was an instructor for the Kidd Program’s Fiction Sequence, and also Freshman Composition at the UO.  She enjoys writing speculative fiction that includes physicalized metaphors and musical structures. You can find her work online at the Chicago Tribune, and in Delay Fiction.