Literary Events

"Writing Fiction Synopsis"

When: Tue., May 19, 6:30-8:30 p.m. 2015

From a pop-culture perspective, it was Betty Edwards' Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain that popularized the concept of analytical people veering toward the left half of their brains while more creative types lean to the right. And while recent studies have suggested that this now-conventional wisdom may not be scientifically accurate, it's still a worthwhile goal to develop both creative and practical skills. For local authors, that's where Write Brain workshops come in. The monthly Pikes Peak Writers series began more than a decade ago and has covered topics ranging from character development to accounting procedures. This month, novelist and how-to author Pam McCutcheon talks about writing the fiction synopsis that'll get your masterpiece the attention it deserves. The free workshop takes place at 6:30 tonight in the Penrose Library's Carnegie Room (20 N. Cascade Ave., pikespeakwriters.com). — Bill Forman

Price: Free

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