When: Thursdays, 7 pm to 9 pm. Four sessions: February 2nd - 23rd, 2017.
Where: Online. All participants must have access to a computer with a web camera and a microphone. Please note that all participants are responsible for ensuring they can access the online session. Although instructions will be given on how to access the session, technical support will not be provided by either the WFNS office or the instructor. We suggest conducting test sessions prior to the workshop start date to ensure adequate audio and video quality. The WFNS is not responsible if individual participants are unable to access the session due to computer issues. All participants must be residents of Nova Scotia.
For: Fiction writers who have made some headway but may not have completed a project.
Cost: $120 Members/$180 Non-Members
In this four-week course, geared to fiction writers, novelist Stephanie Domet will lead participants through writing exercises, guided visualizations, and other techniques to help stuck writers get un-stuck. A natural-born procrastinator who spent fifteen years as a journalist with constant deadlines, Domet is an expert in when it’s time to fight your essential nature, and when it’s time to let it rule the day—and how to tell the difference. It’s not necessary to have a project in progress to take this workshop—you’ll surely have one on the go by the time it’s done.
Stephanie Domet is the author of two books, Homing and Fallsy Downsies, both published by Invisible. She lives in Halifax where she is forever trying to perfect homemade ravioli, and Sweet Caroline on the piano.
***Members, you must log on to your account in order to access the discounted rate. Please note that you must renew your membership for 2017 in order to take this workshop at the member rate. If you do not renew for 2017, you will be asked to pay the non-member rate.