How Writers Evaluate Literature

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When:

August 3 - 31, 2020

Time:

6:00PM-7:30 PM

Where:

Online

Cost:

$75

Mondays on Zoom, 6:00 – 7:30pm MDT, August 3 – 31

Steamboat Creates is thrilled to present How Writers Evaluate Literature taught by Edith Lynn Hornik-Beer whose essays have appeared in The New York Times, Berlin Tagesblatt, Elle Magazine and whose books have been published by Simon & Schuster, Hazelden Educational Services and others. When aspiring writers read literature they study what makes the characters believable, the plot beguiling, the scenery enticing, and how the author’s observations lead the reader to a new consciousness. Participants will analyze Stephen King’s A Good Marriage, Jenny Lawson’s Let’s Pretend This Never Happened, A. S. A. Harrison’s The Silent Wife, Ken Follett’s The Man From St. Petersburg.