This class will build upon craft learned in Fiction I and II. Students can expect advanced readings, regular workshops, and feedback from their classmates and instructor. We'll look at each other's drafts with an eye to properly balancing the elements of story, such as plot, character, voice, and pacing, into a well-structured, thematically resonant whole that keeps the reader turning the pages. As time allows, we'll also examine published work that inspires and instructs.
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December 6: Member registration opens
December 13: General registration opens
Scott Driscoll is an award-winning instructor (UW, Educational Outreach Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Arts and Humanities 2006), and his debut novel, Better You Go Home, was selected as the Foreword Reviews First Book Contest winner. He was the 1989 winner of the University of Washington’s Milliman Award for Fiction.