“Stuck after the first chapter of your novel-in-progress?” George Brown College’s Novel Writing II (LIBA 9340 Novel Writing ll) is designed to get you past that point, developing your novel right through to the marketing stage.
I’ll be leading the 12-week course this spring. The first class will be next Tuesday, April 14, 6:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m., and classes will run every Tuesday through to the end of June. They’ll be held in the college’s St. James Campus building on King Street West, near Jarvis, in Toronto.
We’ll explore character, point of view, dialogue, setting and, of course, plot–even plotting for those who prefer to develop their stories organically. Students will have plenty of opprotunity to hone their own writing as ample time will be given in every class to workshop works in progress. We may even have a guest speaker or two who will share their writing and publishing experiences.
Registrants must have completed Novel Writing I (LIBA 9339) OR an approved equivalent. Approved equivalents can be completion of similar courses at other institutions, publication of short fictioin in magazines and anthologies, or public recognition of registrants’ writing.
Visit George Brown’s online calendar http://coned.georgebrown.ca/owa_prod/cewskcrss.P_CrseGet?subj_code=LIBA&crse_numb=9340 for more details — and to register online.
DEADLINE ALERT! Registration will close on Friday.