When:
July 13, 2019 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
2019-07-13T10:00:00-07:00
2019-07-13T18:00:00-07:00
Where:
Writing Salon
2042 Balboa St. San Francisco
CA
Cost:
145
Contact:
Writing Salon
(510) 982-6252
SF Writing Class in the Richmond

This is a 6 hour seminar / one day multi-genre class.
Cost: There is a fee for this class, between $134-145. See the Writing Salon website for details. Great for fiction, poetry, memoir writers, and more.

Sometimes if we’ve never written before or if we haven’t written in a while, we wonder if we’re really writers. Instructor Kevin Dublin says, “Writers write, simple as that. In this one-day workshop, my goal is for you to tap into the writing mind, to fill it up with your stories, your words.”

We’re going to write a lot based on multiple prompts, interactive activities and powerful exercises. For inspiration and guidance, we’ll look at work by Mary Oliver, Khaled Hosseini, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Alfred Hitchcock. This class is open to all genres, even if you’re not sure what you want to write yet.

We’ll also cover several techniques to continue your writing practice after class ends. Kevin says, “This workshop is for those who are just beginning their writing journey, advanced writers who want a fresh kickstart to their writing life, and everyone in between!”

Some Topics Include:

1. Identifying What We Like in Writing: Erasure & Redaction
2. Making What We Like Our Own: Imitation
3. Setting & Transforming the Ordinary into Writing
4. Understanding Character
5. The Secret of Dialogue
6. How to be able to Write & Revise Always
7. Writing Games
8. Collaborative Writing Exercises

Some possible writers include:

Franz Kafka, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Mary Oliver, Stephen King, Morgan Parker, Marlon James, George R. R. Martin, Forrest Gander, Kevin Kwan, Gillian Flynn, Lydia Davis, Elizabeth Bishop, Ruth Awad, Jericho Brown, John Green, Aja Gabel, Shari Lapena, Khaled Hosseini, William Shakespeare, Kristin Chang, and more.

Look for the red awning on the corner! The 31 Bus stops in front of the location at Balboa & 21st. You can also take the 38 or 38R and get off at Geary & 20th.

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