Troubleshooting Fiction W/ Laura Maylene Walter

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Use this workshop to troubleshoot all your manuscript challenges. From navigating the plot to developing characters to just eking out your daily word count, this is the place to share your concerns, your frustrations, your questions, and your successes. Come prepared with your in-progress manuscript and a willingness to discuss your process with your fellow writers. The evening will also feature a timed writing challenge to encourage you to tackle a daily word count goal.

Laura Maylene Walter is the author of the short story collection Living Arrangements (BkMk Press), which won the G.S. Sharat Chandra Prize and a national gold IPPY. Her writing has appeared or is forthcoming in the Kenyon Review, The Sun, Poets & Writers, Michigan Quarterly Review, Tampa Review, Portland Review, and elsewhere. She was a 2013 Tin House Writers’ Workshop fiction scholar, the recipient of the 2011 Ohioana Walter Rumsey Marvin Grant, and the former fiction editor of Mid-American Review. She is a contributing editor for Cherry Tree and Neutrons/Protons and blogs for the Kenyon Review.

Troubleshooting Fiction takes place Thursday 11/10 from 7-9pm at Appletree Books ($15 / $12 members).

Register & learn more:
http://www.litcleveland.org/classes--workshops.html
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