Character Development

Tools for Strengthening Craft and Revising Fiction

You’ve learned the foundations of writing–character, plot, point of view, setting–but how do you take your writing from rough draft to publishable? This series of six craft classes is designed to give you tools to deepen your understanding of craft and help you identify and correct the top ten mistakes fiction writers make. Take just the classes you need, or sign up for the series six-pack and save $45.

Wordcrafters WorkshopsThursdays from 6-8 pm
April 21-May 26, 2016
Wordcrafters Workshop, 480 Charnelton*

$35 Single Workshop / $165 Series Six-Pack

Spring Workshops

Each class combines lecture, in-class exercises, (voluntary) sharing of student work, and homework assignments. You’ll leave with a deeper understanding of craft elements and new tools and techniques to polish your stories.

*This workshop is located in a space accessed by stairs. Please note on your registration if you require a space with ramp or elevator access, so we can relocate to an accessible space. You may also email info at wordcraftersineugene.org. 

John Reed

 

About the Instructor

John Reed is the author of two novels, Thirteen Mountain and The Kingfisher’s Call, as well as numerous shorter non-fiction works. He has conducted writing workshops, classes and seminars around the country for the past 20 years; his sensitive and insightful critiques have inspired hundreds of writers. His classes on the novel, short stories, essays and magazine writing have given many students a stepping stone to publication. John has been a presenter at the Maui Writer’s Conference and the Santa Barbara Writer’s Conference.