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|Category||Arts & Writing|
|Age Groups||Adult, Teen|
March 6, 2022
VIRTUAL EVENT. Registration is Required
Join author and educator, Katrina Kittle, for a workshop on Point of View (POV), otherwise known as the narrating voice of your novel. It is one of the first and most important decisions a writer makes when starting a new work. First person, third person limited, third person omniscient--how do you decide on the POV for your novel? How do you know which style of narration is right for your story? This workshop is full of tips and exercises to help you consider the pros and cons of our POV choices and will examine how “who tells the story controls the story.”
About the Presenter
Katrina earned an MFA in Creative Writing from Spalding University in Louisville and is the author of Traveling Light, Two Truths and a Lie, and The Kindness of Strangers, and The Blessings of the Animals, all with HarperPerennial. The Kindness of Strangers was a BookSense pick and the winner of the 2006 Great Lakes Book Award for Fiction. Katrina was honored to be the John E. Nance Writer-in-Residence at The Thurber House in Columbus, Ohio in October 2013. She's an experienced educator. Find out more at katrinakittle.com.
This workshop is funded by the Wright Library Foundation and is part of the Write@Wright Series.