Instructor Q&A: Brian Yansky

“Even if it doesn’t make it into your story, write different conversations and be willing to explore the fluidity of your characters as they move through the world and communicate.” -Natalia Sylvester Natalia Sylvester is teaching a class for the Writers’ League of Texas called “Talk to Me: Writing Dialogue that Rings True & Speaks […]

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Instructor Q&A: Wendi Aarons

“My practice is to always just let a new poem look however it wants to look in a first draft.” -Tomás Morin Tomás Morin is teaching a class for the Writers’ League of Texas on April 29 at St. Edward’s University called “Playing with Poetic Voice: How to Discover Your Own Voice by Borrowing from […]

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Instructor Q&A: Greg Garrett

“Even if it doesn’t make it into your story, write different conversations and be willing to explore the fluidity of your characters as they move through the world and communicate.” -Natalia Sylvester Natalia Sylvester is teaching a class for the Writers’ League of Texas called “Talk to Me: Writing Dialogue that Rings True & Speaks […]

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Instructor Q&A: Antonio Ruiz-Camacho

“To be honest, revision isn’t even a path: it’s a management strategy for errors, shortcomings, mistakes, and misgivings. In fact, that’s what all writing is about.” -Adam Soto Adam Soto is teaching a class for the Writers’ League called “Novel and Memoir Revision: Conventions and Experiments” on April 15 at the ACC Highland Campus in […]

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Instructor Q&A: Tomás Morin

“My practice is to always just let a new poem look however it wants to look in a first draft.” -Tomás Morin Tomás Morin is teaching a class for the Writers’ League of Texas on April 29 at St. Edward’s University called “Playing with Poetic Voice: How to Discover Your

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Instructor Q&A: Natalia Sylvester

“Even if it doesn’t make it into your story, write different conversations and be willing to explore the fluidity of your characters as they move through the world and communicate.” -Natalia Sylvester Natalia Sylvester is teaching a class for the Writers’ League of Texas called “Talk to Me: Writing Dialogue

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Instructor Q&A: Adam Soto

“To be honest, revision isn’t even a path: it’s a management strategy for errors, shortcomings, mistakes, and misgivings. In fact, that’s what all writing is about.” -Adam Soto Adam Soto is teaching a class for the Writers’ League called “Novel and Memoir Revision: Conventions and Experiments” on April 15 at

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Instructor Q&A: Carolyn Cohagan

“Writing a novel is like ‘juggling Jell-O.’ Using a framework like the three-act structure can keep your plot from stalling out or going astray and can aid in building more complex characters.” -Carolyn Cohagan Carolyn Cohagan is teaching a class for the Writers’ League of Texas called “Three-Act Structure for

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Instructor Q&A: Michael Hall

“You should be thinking of structure all the time — when you’re reporting, when you’re telling the story to a friend, when you wake up in the middle of the night — until you know how to tell the story.” -Michael Hall Michael Hall is teaching a class for the

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Instructor Q&A: Stephanie Noll

“The story might sing in your head, and you clearly understand all the characters’ motivations, the plot points, etc. But are you communicating that to your reader?” -Stephanie Noll Stephanie Noll is teaching a class for the Writers’ League of Texas called “How to Workshop Your Writing.” This class will

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