The 4th Language of Genre Fiction with M. Todd Gallowglas
January 23 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm PST
In his book, How Fiction Works, James Wood claims, “…the novelist is working with at least three languages.” Hey, the guy teaches English at Harvard, so he’s probably on to something. Scholar of genre literature, M. Todd Gallowglas, suggests a fourth language, one of vast importance to genre fiction, largely specific to science fiction and fantasy. Find out what these four languages are, and how having a conscious understanding of each will allow writers to weave these languages together in order to create a more immersive reading experience.
Instructor: M. Todd Gallowglas. Limited enrollment (15); scholarships available.
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