Finding the Voice of Your Story with Dori Ostermiller
There’s lots of talk these days about voice in narrative, but what is it, exactly? If the voice of our story is the doorway through which readers enter, how do we let them in? How can we consciously create a voice that is compelling, readable and true? In this one-day workshop, we will explore what factors go into creating voice, in fiction and memoir, study some examples of amazing voices in literature, do some writing, and learn techniques for crafting a memorable narrative voice—one that not only engages the reader but also invites surprise and discovery. There is nothing more exciting, for both reader and writer, than following a live, candid and curious mind on the page.
$5 to attend; to register e-mail email@example.com
Presented by Straw Dogs Writers Guild and the Northampton Center for The Arts. For more detailed information, visit https://www.nohoarts.org/writers-workshops/