City Lit Panel and Creative Writing Workshop
On Thursday, 11 April, I’ll be leading a fiction workshop, “From Hero to Trickster: Using Archetypes in Your Fiction” as part of CCBC’s Creative Writing Forum. We’ll be talking about character archetypes in fiction, as well as plotting stories. The workshop will wrap up with the entire class building a story from the ground up. The workshop will be in Room E213 from 4-5.15PM on CCBC’s Catonsville campus.
A few days later, I’ll be moderating the “Mysterious Adaptation: Noir from Novels to the Movies” panel at the CityLit Festival in Mount Vernon (which George Saunders is headlining!) on Saturday 13 April from 12-1.30PM. Ariel Winter, Art Taylor, Brian Lindenmuth and I will be discussing adapting mystery novels from page to screen. The panel will be in Pratt Library in the School and Student Services room on the second floor from 12-1.30PM. There will also be a signing/arguing session afterwards. The panel blurb is below.
With the recent release of the Anthony Hopkins movie Hitchcock, interest in film noir has peaked again. But before these stories hit celluloid, many of them lurked in the dark pages and gutters of books. What is the mystery behind adapting a great novel to the silver screen? Join host Nik Korpon and panelists for a thrilling discussion.
There’s more exciting stuff that I should be able to talk about soon, the least of which is a redesign of this woefully outdated website. Don’t get me wrong: It’ll still be WordPress, but at least a different WordPress than it is now.
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