In this workshop, students will learn and discuss the basic building blocks of a novel, using novel excerpts as examples, and practice their fiction-writing skills. The teaching artist will guide students through the mental and emotional process of writing a book-length piece of fiction, and share different writers' experiences of their processes. From drafting to plot-mapping, this workshop is ideal for any young writer looking for tools to turn their short story into a full-length manuscript.
- These workshops will require campers to have access to Zoom and GoogleDrive.
- Workshops are capped at 8 students maximum.
- Each student will be assigned a Google Drive folder where they can upload their work for additional instructor feedback and communication.
- The time listed on this registration page will be the time of your 1.5-hour workshop on Zoom. All times as listed in the Central Time Zone.
- Once your registration is complete, you will receive an email from The Library Foundation’s programs manager, Kate Kelly, with more information about your specific workshop.
- This program runs for one week, M-F. Registration covers this entire one week period. There are no drop-in options or prorated rates.
- Scholarships will be awarded on an ongoing basis to meet demonstrated financial need. To apply for a scholarship, please visit the Badgerdog camps page or email email@example.com for more information.
You will receive an email 30 minutes before class starts with a link to the class and access instructions.