How to Write a Novel (In a Month) - SOLD OUT
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) challenges you to write a 50,000 word novel in a month. In this one-night class, you will create and develop characters, setting, and plot so that by midnight on November 1, you’ll be ready to write! We’ll brainstorm and do writing exercises to get your creative juices flowing, and you’ll have the opportunity to meet with other NaNoers who will help you stay motivated through the month.
Whether you’re planning to do NaNoWriMo for the first time this year or you’re an old NaNo veteran, this class will kick your imagination into overdrive, with enough NaNoMoJo to push you through the end of November!
Instructor: Molly Backes
M Molly Backes is a Fellow with the Tulsa Artist Fellowship and the author of the novel THE PRINCESSES OF IOWA, which was named Chicago Public Library’s Best of the Best Fiction for Teens (2013) and was a finalist on NPR.org’s Best-Ever Teen Novels list in 2012. She has performed her personal essays at a number of storytelling events, and is a frequent guest at writing conferences and festivals across the country.
Scholarships are available via application at the following link: http://bit.ly/cpwworkshopscholarship