Fiction 2: Action! Writing Scenes of Action & Violence

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Fiction 2: Action! Writing Scenes of Action & Violence

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Our real lives are full of it and film makes it look too easy, but writing action scenes can be some of the most challenging work that we writers must face. How do we use language alone to build a scene of physical engagement? What’s the most truthful and effective way to write a difficult scene of violence, establish a chaotic city setting, or capture the nuances of a busy domestic tableau? In this workshop, we will attack and banish the difficulty of writing action sequences. We will respectfully share and discuss our most troublesome work, and push language to its limits with writing exercises intended to generate new and exciting scenes of action.

  • Instructor: Loie Rawding

  • Length of workshop: 3 Hours

  • Date: Saturday, Nov. 17

  • Time: 10 am - 1 pm

  • Location: Humanities Tennessee Offices
    807 Main St., Ste. B
    Nashville, TN 37206

 

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About the Instructor:

Loie Rawding is a writer and mixed media artist raised on the coast of Maine. She received her MFA from the University of Colorado where she also taught creative writing and was an editor of Timber Journal. Loie works as a freelance writer and editor for independent businesses, and is a creative mentor to a wide spectrum of artists. Her work has appeared in SAND: Berlin’s English Literary JournalThe WandererMap Literary (2016 Pushcart Prize nomination), AnamesaDREGINALD, and Lemon Hound, among others. Loie is a recently settled transplant to Nashville from Boulder, Colorado, by way of Brooklyn.