Tuesday, October 6, 2009

New Workshop Opportunity

Camera Distance:
A seminar on Point of View
Led by Tania A. James, author of The Atlas of the Unknowns

Saturday, October 10
12:30pm – 2:00pm
~Only $25~

Call 859-254-4175 to register.
Every work of fiction is told from a specific point of view, and this choice has a major influence on how the story is told. In this seminar, we will explore different points of view, and the strengths and limitations of each. This class will be a combination of lecture, exercises, and readings from writers like Charles Dickens, William Faulkner, Mary Gaitskill, and Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

Don’t take it from us!

On Tania’s debut novel:
“Wise and hilarious her Atlas is an astonishment of a debut, so radiant with life, with love, with good old human struggle that I had trouble detaching myself from its pages.”
–Junot Diaz, author of The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

Then come back to the Carnegie Center on October 13 (6:30 pm)
to hear Tania read as we kickoff our Kentucky Great Writers series, along with C.E. Morgan and Erik Reece!

We hope to see you Saturday! Call to register at 859.254.4175 or sign up via the web.


1 comment:

Fatimah said...

Loving the blog layout!