Writing Commercial Fiction with Kern Carter - The FOLD

Writing Commercial Fiction with Kern Carter

Description

Storytelling is just one part of the equation when writing a novel. If you want publishers to buy into your book and if you want that book to sell, there are steps you can take to create a more commercial story. We will learn those steps in this workshop.

This session will be closed-captioned. Closed captioning provided by Zoom auto transcription.

This session will be followed by a Q&A.
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Webinar Host

Kern Carter is the author of Boys and Girls Screaming, along with two self-published novels, Thoughts of a Fractured Soul (novella) and Beauty Scars. In addition to his writing, Kern is also a filmmaker and a professor who is committed to supporting emerging writers and helping them find their voice. He lives in Toronto.

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Mastering Dialogue with Sharon Bala

March 9, 2024 12:00 pm

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By parsing examples from literature, this workshop will go beyond the fundamentals to explore how dialogue can multi-task: convey speech, advance plot, reveal character, add atmosphere, and enhance setting.

This session will be closed-captioned. Closed captioning provided by Zoom auto transcription.

This session will be followed by a Q&A.
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Building Fantastical Worlds with Nafiza Azad

April 13, 2024 12:00 pm

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In this workshop, Teen Writer-in-Residence Nafiza Azad (author of Writing in Color, Road of the Lost, The Wild Ones, and The Candle and the Flame) deconstructs fictional worlds, identifies the essential components of fantasy and provides world-building wisdom for emerging and established writers.

This session will be closed-captioned. Closed captioning provided by Zoom auto transcription.

This session will be followed by a Q&A.
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