Writing workshops begin Jan. 27
OLD FORGE — Have you ever considered writing a novel? Or have you already started writing, but do not know how to finish it?
Beginning in January 2018, best-selling author David Hazard will hold a series of workshop classes that will guide writers through the process of planning, writing, editing, re-editing, and marketing a novel at View arts center. As the founder of ASCENT, Hazard has helped guide more than 300 writers from around the world through the manuscript development process from start to finish.
The workshop series with Hazard starts at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 27 at runs to 4 p.m. The series continues on Saturday, Feb. 17 and Saturday, March 10 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Cost to attend each class is $70, $55 for View members. For those who would like to purchase the series as a package, the total cost for all three classes is $150, $120 for View members.
Pre-registration is required. Register online at ViewArts.org or by calling 315-369-6411. Deadline to register for the first class is Friday, Jan. 26.
Classes through View can benefit writers in any stage of their progress — from those with just an idea to those already with a story in the works. View is located at 3273 Route 28.
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