How Many Voices Does it Take
This workshop is for fiction writers and storytellers of all levels who are interested in telling one story from multiple points of view. Why tell one story from more than one perspective? What can perspective shifts do for storytelling? What happens when writing from multiple points of view also means writing across differences in identity? How and when do writers decide to shift point of view? What about moving between first and third person? In this forty-five minute workshop, writers will try a fun and motivating point of view writing exercise, look at examples from a variety of fiction writers working in this mode, and walk away with new skill-building suggestions for fiction writing from multiple perspectives.
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Hugo House (View)
1634 11th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122