Finding Questions to Keep the Writer — and the Reader — Going with Rita Mae Reese

Aug 13, 2024 10:00AM—11:30AM

Location

Write On, Door County 4210 Juddville Rd. Fish Creek, WI 54212

Cost $30.00

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We often assume suspense—the anticipation of what happens next—is what keeps readers eagerly turning pages. As writers, we devote a lot of time to constructing a plot. A causal chain of events is important but it’s only one question—and often not even the most important one—for writers. What are the important questions? What questions should you be asking in your work? Which questions do you need to answer and how and when should you answer them? Join Rita Mae Reese to explore these crucial questions at the heart of any good story.

This session will be held in person Tuesday, August 13, 10 – 11:30 am

Class size: Minimum 5. Maximum 12.

Member discount: Members of Write On receive a 10% discount on all classes and workshops. To become a member, please click here. To receive the discount, members must log in to the website using their unique password and enter member10 in the promotion code box. The code is case sensitive.

Teaching Artist:

Rita Mae Reese (she/her) is the author of The Book of Hulga. Her work has won numerous awards, including a Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers’ Award, a Stegner Fellowship, and a “Discovery”/The Nation award. She designs Lesbian Poet Trading Cards for Headmistress Press, is in the bluegrass band Coulee Creek, and serves as the Co-Director at Arts + Literature Laboratory in Madison, Wisconsin.