Ethan Chatagnier, Generative Exercises, Fiction Workshop, Writing Workshops Dallas, Flash Fiction
by Writing Workshops Org Admin
A year ago
Sunday, November 4, 2018 - 3:00PM TO 6:00PM
Anyone can write tales about robots and aliens, but does that really make it science fiction? The truth is modern readers and publishers of written science fiction are much more sophisticated and demanding than those in the days of bug-eyed monsters and scantily clad space pirate queens. Come join our discussion about how you can avoid these worst tropes and stereotypes, why you don't have to be a scientist to write good science fiction, get tips and shortcuts for researching the science in your story and learn why written science fiction is quite different than what you watch on TV and in movies.
Instructor William Ledbetter is a Nebula Award winning author with more than sixty speculative fiction stories and non-fiction articles published in markets such as Asimov's, Fantasy & Science Fiction, and Analog. He's been a space and technology geek since childhood and spent most of his non-writing career in the aerospace and defense industry. He lives near Dallas with his wife, a needy dog and two spoiled cats. His new novel "Level Five" is available from Audible Originals. Learn more at www.williamledbetter.com
Fee: $60 or $45 for former/current students | Live Stream Available!
William Ledbetter, Presenter
Sunday, November 4, 2018 - 3:00PM to 6:00PM
Seminar meets at The Drawing Board at 75 & Campbell: 1900 Jay Ell Dr / Richardson, TX / 75081
Live Stream is available for students who live outside of Dallas. Just let us know when you register.
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