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Move Along, Folks: How to Pace Your Novel with Kay Kenyon

This workshop will look at strategies to identify and avoid the doldrums of long fiction. Pacing is the speed at which the story unfolds for the reader. While some scenes call for a leisurely pace, the most common pacing error … Continue reading

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How to Critique: Best Practices for Workshopping

Both my Writing F&SF Stories and Advanced workshops offer students a chance to critique and be critiqued. To my mind, the latter is actually more useful, because being forced to articulate one’s position on an aspect of writing can be enlightening and instructive. With that in mind, here’s some best practices for such workshops.
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