11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. | Fairmont Chateau Whistler | $35
With Rebecca Wood Barrett
Whether we are writing fiction or non-fiction, we breathe life into our writing by using specific and concrete details. This requires a writer to be an acute observer, and to give things their names. Writers, come with a notebook or tablet in hand, prepared to sharpen your skills of observation, and discover how to use specific detail to earn a sense of authority and authenticity with your readers.
(Note: Rebecca Wood Barrett, MFA, has been teaching creative writing for 15 years to students ages 9 – 90, and will be replacing Gail Anderson-Dargatz who was originally scheduled for this workshop session.)