Registration open! I’m so pleased that acclaimed writer Emily Devane has joined the Crow Collective with “Writing That Resonates”.
What will be covered in this workshop?
Stories are a means of communication – but how do we make our words resonate with readers? In this interactive session, Emily Devane will explore how readers respond to the details you choose. Using examples, she will show you how this works in practice. There will be prompts and exercises during the session, enabling you to have a go there and then. Emily will also help you to identify which details to keep, and which to discard, when editing your work. You will come away with ideas, the beginnings of new stories and techniques to add to your writing tool kit.
Who is teaching this workshop?
Emily Devane is a writer, teacher and editor living in Ilkley, West Yorkshire. Her short fiction has been published widely, including the 2021 Best Microfictions Anthology, The Lonely Crowd, and Smokelong Quarterly. She has won the Bath Flash Fiction Award, a Word Factory Apprenticeship and a Northern Writers’ Award. Her flash fiction has twice been shortlisted for the Bridport Prize, nominated for Best Small Fictions (finalist), Best of the Net (finalist) and the Pushcart Prize. Emily now co-runs Strike! Short Story Club with Divya Ghelani. She teaches workshops and courses at Moor Words (@WordsMoor), is a founding editor at FlashBack Fiction, a former BIFFY50 editor and a member of Edge Hill University’s Narrative Research Group.
When does this workshop happen?
Sunday, November 7, 6 AM EST / 11 AM BST / 3:30 PM IST
How is this workshop presented?
This workshop is online, live, and interactive. Participants are encouraged (but not required) to keep their video cameras on, as online events are much more fun when we can all see each other.
We’ll gather on Google Meet, which is very similar to Zoom and has built-in closed captioning. I will send you the link for the workshop by November 7.
What is the Crow Collective?
Crow Collective workshops are by the writing community, for the writing community. The prices are low so they are more accessible, and there are two free spots (if needed).