Get out of your creative writing rut and create the ingredients for a new short story
Adults (Ages 16+)
December 21, 2023 | 6-8pm
This is an in-person event.
436 Charnelton St. Ste 100
Eugene, OR 97401
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Participant – $52.00 (For those with limited access to funds)
Sustainer – $69.00 (The true cost of this offering)
Patron – $86.00 (This amount supports those who need to pay less to attend)
Registration Closes December 14
Masks are appreciated in common areas as we have medically sensitive folks attending, and want everyone to be able to participate.
Are you stuck in a creative rut? Need an injection of fun to get your fictioneering wheels turning again?
Roll for your writing initiative with Nebula and Stoker Award winning author, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, and write a magical holiday story!
In this fun-filled Thursday evening, Nina, writer and Game Master extraordinaire, will provide a ton of fun story possibilities.
You’ll roll the dice (you can bring your own, or use some of Nina’s) to collect ingredients to create three characters, roll again for plot elements to incorporate, and then start writing something magical, exploring winter holiday happenings, supernatural beings, and strange events!
Get ready to enter a super creative space with other writers and write a tale that has never before been heard.
Leave with a story you can share with your family in the light of the solstice moon, while the latkes are settling, for a festivus grievance, as the kinara candles melt, before the sugar plums dance above their heads, or by the light of a flashlight!
Do you have questions about this or any of our programs? Email us at email@example.com
About the Instructor
Over the past four decades, Nebula- and Stoker Award-winning writer Nina Kiriki Hoffman (she/her) has sold adult and young adult novels and more than 350 short stories. Her works have been finalists for the World Fantasy, Mythopoeic, Sturgeon, Philip K. Dick, and Endeavour awards.
Nina does production for the The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. She teaches writing through Fairfield County Writers’ Studio and Wordcrafters in Eugene. She lives in Oregon. For Nina’s publications: ofearna.us/books/hoffman.html
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