ONLINE Writer-In-Residence Workshop – Travelling Different Worlds: The Importance Of Setting

ONLINE Writer-In-Residence Workshop – Travelling Different Worlds: The Importance Of Setting

Alison Clarke
Saturday
10am-3pm MST
March 27, 2021
Member Price: $75
Non-member Price: $100

Setting is key to story and can often plays as much of a role as the characters. Join AWCS 2021 Writer-In-Residence and award-winning author Alison Clarke on a journey exploring the importance of setting through different creative mediums, writing exercises, discussion, and more.

This is an interactive online class using the Zoom web platform.

As well as being the 2021 AWCS Writer-In-Residence, Alison Clarke is a #1 bestselling author on Amazon, and a poet as well as a fantasy author who has a Master’s degree in Children’s literature from Hollins University. She is also a creative writing and visual arts instructor and experiences life as a spoken word artist, performing at festivals in Edmonton, like Black Arts Matter.

Alison is the author of Phillis: A Poetry Collection, to be published by the University of Calgary Press in October 2020. She is also the author of The Sisterhood, a young adult fantasy novel about Oppie, a sorceress’ daughter, and her best friend, Aurie, who is a dragon, and the journey they go on to save the universe. The Sisterhood is Book One of The Sisterhood Series, for which Alison won the award 2016 Writer of The Year by Diversity magazine. The second book in the series is Racine and the third is Circle which was released on November 27, 2018.

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$ 75.00
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$ 100.00
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