Monday, February 7, 2011

Tomorrow Night is February's Professional Series Meeting (Includes a Homework Assignment)

Tomorrow night is our February Professional Series Meeting. Our programming includes a mini-session with Amber Keyser, who will present LEARNING TO READ FOR AUTHORS AND ILLUSTRATORS, and our main session is with Wayne Ude, who is presenting WHILE THE CENTRAL PLOT SIMMERS: SUBPLOTS AND SECONDARY/SUPPORTING CHARACTERS.

Wayne asks that you bring a three-sentence description of a plot, whether an idea or something you’re working on, as well as three sentences (maximum) about each of the central characters. Wayne is the Whidbey Island Writers Association MFA program director, as well as author of a children’s book as well as adult short stories and a novel.

Meeting take place at Seattle Pacific University, Demeray Hall, Room 150. Registration is at 6:45 p.m., and the program begins at 7 p.m. For more information; including session descriptions, directions, and fees please visit our website monthly meeting page.

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