You’ve built a house. Now learn what it means to create a sense of movement in a solid structure—and how to tell the difference between a supporting wall and the one you should take your hammer to. In this workshop we’ll read, reimagine and discuss our stories. We’ll apply the key techniques of fiction writing in a supportive environment: learning to develop characters, shape plot, finesse structure and calibrate voice with assurance. We’ll practice revision and develop templates for the fiction writers’ self-editing process.
Do you have a story that wants out? This two-day workshop led by Lorri Neilsen Glenn will focus on storytelling techniques for creative nonfiction, whether you’re writing personal essays, articles, biography, a blog, memoir, flash nonfiction, or literary journalism. Bring your story ideas and we will workshop the best ways to turn your story into publishable prose. No prerequisites or pre-existing pieces of writing are necessary for participation in this workshop.
WFNS is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Atlantic Writing Competition (AWC). Below is the full list of the winners.
Halifax, NS– The Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia (WFNS) announced the winners of the 2014 East Coast Literary Awards during a celebration of Atlantic writers and writing on Saturday, September 20, 2014 at the Institute of Applied Creativity at NSCAD.
Evelyn Richardson Non-Fiction Award Reading
John DeMont, A Good Day’s Work
Richard Foot, Driven
Stephen Kimber, What Lies Across the Water
Tuesday, September 16th, 7:00 PM. G. Peter Wilson Room, University of King’s College
Thomas Raddall Atlantic Fiction Award Reading