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Hank Schwaeble talks about his “Of Course You’d Say Something Like That: Characterization Through Dialogue” workshop

Tell us something about your StokerCon Workshop that is not in the original description. I’m going to explain concepts like “writing on the nose,” how it applies to screenwriting, when [ . . . ]

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Joseph Nassise talks about his “The Art of Story Structure” workshop

Tell us something about your Stokercon workshop that is not in the original description. Fiction, for me, is all about taking your reader on an emotional journey. Do it right [ . . . ]

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Linda Addison talks about her “Poetic Forms: The Scary World of Structured Poetry” workshop

Tell us something about your StokerCon workshop that is not in the original description: I thought of this workshop because it’s important to my own writing to incorporate my poetic [ . . . ]

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Nancy Holder talks about her “How to Write Scary” workshop

Tell us something about your StokerCon workshop that is not in the original description: Actually, the description is pretty short, isn’t it! We’re going to talk about how to truly [ . . . ]

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Michael Arnzen talks about his “Making the Reader Squirm” workshop

Tell us something about your StokerCon workshop that is not in the original description: Our class is called “making the reader squirm,” but that doesn’t mean that writers won’t do [ . . . ]

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Aaron Sterns talks about his “Adapting Fiction to Screenplays and Utilizing Screenwriting Structure in Fiction” workshop

Tell us something about your StokerCon workshop that is not in the original description: I ran a similar workshop at one of the Beechworth Asylum writers’ weekends recently (https://asylumretreats.com/tag/asylum/) and [ . . . ]

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Nicole Cushing talks about her “Goal Setting for Your Writing Career (or Hobby)” workshop

Tell us something about your StokerCon workshop that is not in the original description: I’ll tell you two things. First of all, writers who attend my workshop are going to [ . . . ]

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Lucy A. Snyder talks about her “The Plot Thickens” workshop

Tell us something about your StokerCon workshop that is not in the original description: In “The Plot Thickens”, participants will have the opportunity to outline the plot of a new [ . . . ]

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Ricky Grove talks about his “Read to Scare!: How to Perform Your Work Before a Live Audience” workshop

WORKSHOP INTERVIEW #7: Ricky Grove on his “Read to Scare!: How to Perform Your Work Before a Live Audience” workshop… Tell us something about your StokerCon workshop that is not [ . . . ]

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Progress Report #2

Now available via download here.

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