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Local literary event of interest to writers and other creative folks

Field’s End Presents…


Featuring world-renowned creative writing expert Jurgen Wolff, author of Your Writing Coach

Date: Saturday, October 17
Registration: 8:45 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Presentation: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
(lunch break from 12:00 noon to 1:30 p.m.)
Location: Bainbridge Pavilion Cinemas 403 N. Madison, Bainbridge Island
Cost: $65 early registration (August 1 – 31) 
           $85 regular registration (after August 31) 
           $60 group fee (5 or more people registering together)

Register Now

In a presentation by this popular writing coach, writers will be led through a series of connected seminars to explore four innovative, right-brained ways they can prepare their creative minds for the acts of writing and revising. The seminars include

I. Alter Ego Strategies

II. Right Brain Visualization

III. The Q Method of Analyzing Text

IV. The Transformation of the Inner Critic

• Writers will be guided through a few brief interactive exercises during the presentation to illuminate these strategies and will be provided with useful handouts for application afterward.

• The goal of Wolff’s presentation is to help creative writers to discover fresh, personally meaningful insights into their own creative lives as a way to unlock and engage their strengths.

• This presentation offers benefits not only to writers of all disciplines and genres but also to other creative people for whom storytelling and narrative are important components of expression.

• Come prepared to explore potential breakthroughs in your own creative process! Participants are not required to have a work in progress in order to attend.

More info: www.fieldsend.org/Event.html

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