So These Three Writers Walk Into TaborSpace, and One Says …
Our Willamette Writers panel, slated for earlier this month, got clobbered by snow and freezing rain. So, undaunted, we’re trying it again. Mystery authors Bill Cameron, April Henry and I will be meeting this Saturday, Feb. 22, at TaborSpace, http://taborspace.org/location
(You have to love the, ah, interesting energy we bring to TaborSpace. Check out this week’s lineup: Spiritual Memoir Writing; Hatha Yoga, Young Adult Meditation, Women’s Support Group and then, on Saturday, three schmucks talking about creative homicide. Yeah. We’re gonna fit right in.)
The workshop starts at 9 a.m., with me, discussing ways to keep the writing process fun and moving forward. I blather until 11.
Bill is next from 11:15 a.m. until 1:15 p.m. His topic is: Not Who They Think They Are: Building Character Through Contradiction.
April bats cleanup, of course. She’s on from 2:15 until 4:15 p.m., discussing After the Plot Thickens – Stir!
There will be coffee, parking and food. But more importantly, coffee.
Check out the details here for this all-day workshop. (Note: the old venue in West Linn might still be listed on the website.)
Next up for Willamette Writers: screenwriter Clark Kohanek in March, and contemporary fiction author Jennie Shortridge in April.