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Fri., April 30, 1pm ET
When it comes to writing a novel, the actual typing of words onto the page is just one part of the process. Before sitting down to write, a lot of research and planning is essential to creating a fully-formed story with compelling characters. Author Waubgeshig Rice will share his process, from imagining the plot, to creating the characters, to researching and developing the worlds they’ll inhabit. He’ll also discuss the importance of self-care in the writing process.
This event is not included in the Spring ‘21 enrollment. Tickets are sold separately, by donation. Proceeds go to the Kemosa Scholarship for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Mothers Who Write. Suggested donation is C$20.This event has passed. Get the Replay when you enroll.
Includes: Live 90-minute class with Q&A; a handy cheat-sheet on planning out your novel; access to watch Replay anytime you want.
How it Works: After checkout, you’ll receive a receipt with a link and password for the live Zoom class. You’ll also receive an emailed reminder with the same information a few hours before the session. After the class you’ll get a password to access the Replay and cheat-sheet.
Accessibility: Close captioning is auto-generated and subject to error.
About the Cause
Kemosa Scholarship for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Mothers Who Write was established in 2017 by Dr. Nhung Tran-Davies in partnership with Tlicho Dene author Richard Van Camp. The Kemosa Scholarship offers an opportunity for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Mothers to obtain resources to help them complete the work on their writing – whether that be a novel, a collection of stories, poems, or whatever form their writing might take.