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SUMMER NOVEL SERIES: Narration with Julia Fine

$65.00

Arguably even more important than a novel’s story is the way that story is told. Who narrates? How close are they to the events of the book? How close are they to the reader?

Start Date

August 4

Class Times

6:30pm – 8:30pm CT

Day(s) of the Week

Thursday

Sessions

1

Location

Zoom (online)

Instructor

Price

$65

Only 1 left in stock

Description

This class is part of our “Summer Novel Series,” a variety of single-session classes on Thursday evenings designed to tackle one element of novel writing in each class. You can take one class, pick and choose, or take all of them! You can find all other classes in the series here.


Arguably even more important than a novel’s story is the way that story is told. Who narrates? How close are they to the events of the book? How close are they to the reader?

In this session we’ll talk about how to find the best point of view for your novel, and look at writing exercises to broaden the possibilities of your project.

About Julia Fine

Julia Fine is the author of The Upstairs House, winner of the Chicago Review of Books Award for Fiction, and What Should Be Wild, which was shortlisted for the Bram Stoker Superior First Novel Award. She teaches writing in Chicago, where she lives with her husband and children.