Saturday, April 6, morning presentation 10 am to 12 pm (Networking at 9:30) and Afternoon workshop 1:30 to 4:30 pm Central Point City Hall Council Chambers, 140 S. 3rd St., Central Point
Lily Gardner, Portland author of A Bitch Called Hope, will offer a morning presentation on “What Makes a Good Character” and an afternoon workshop on “Character Building: How to Create, Enhance or Expand Characters and Get Them On the Page”
Morning Session: (Free to members-$5.00 for visitors) 10:00-12:00 (networking at 9:30).
What Makes a Good Character
Afternoon Session: ($30.00 for members, $35 for everyone else) 1:30-4:30.
Character Building Workshop
Lily will bring hand-outs for all attendees. Bring paper and writing implements.
Lily Gardner is the author of A Bitch Called Hope, a noir mystery set on the rainy streets of Portland, Oregon. She learned fiction at the table of Carolyn Altman and Tom Spanbauer’s Dangerous Writers twelve years and a million words ago. She continues to study with storymeister Jim Frey. She has also written and published dozens of articles on folklore. Currently writing her second novel, Lily lives in Portland with her husband, two corgis and several thousand books.
For further information and to pre-register, contact Carol Ovenburg at [email protected]
Pre-registration is recommended for the afternoon workshop.