Research, Of Course!

Hello Writers,

One of the great joys of being a writer working on a project is having the cover of “research.” Why do I have 50 tabs open on my internet browser at a time? Research! Why do I need to go on a trip to this obscure location, interview that niche expert, buy a zillion books? Research, of course!

The problem with research, however, is there are a finite number of hours in a day and resources in our bank accounts. (If you’ve ever gotten to the end of a writing day and have a hundred YouTube videos viewed and zero words written, you know exactly what I mean.) So, while endless rabbit holes can be fun, there are ways we can and should be more strategic about looking for and incorporating sources into our writing.

In this Wednesday’s class, “Researching Your Novel: How to Do It and When to Stop,” novelist and two-time Spur Award winner James Wade will walk writers through how to avoid being overwhelmed and overtaken by the endless amount of information at our disposal. So don’t miss this opportunity to learn about and implement a research strategy for your current or next project.

Last chance!
Sarah Renee Beach
Program Director

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