A compelling plot and high aesthetic value are not mutually exclusive. Are you good at writing sentences but terrible at plot? Are you hoping to write a thriller but would like to up your literary game? This workshop is for both types of writer and everyone in between. Drawing on real-time examples from his debut novel, K, Ted O’Connell will offer helpful tips on writing fiction that has the drive of a John Grisham book and the elegance of a Virginia Woolf novel.
Tuition for the three-hour class is $60. Write On members receive a 10% discount. To register for this class online, please click here. For other registration options, please call 920.868.1457. To become a member, please click here.
Please note: Class size is limited to 8 people. Participants must wear masks and practice safe social distancing.
Winner of the Tobias Wolff Award in Fiction, Ted O’Connell is a writer and musician whose creative products have been featured in literary magazines, taverns, and music halls throughout the country. He plays mandolin with the Prozac Mountain Boys and guitar with The Scarlet Locomotive and has twice served as a visiting professor in China. Originally from the Chicago area, Mr. O’Connell lives in Bellingham, Washington with his wife and daughter. He has been a regular visitor to Door County for the past twenty-five years.