Get Lit: Discussions on Creating Compelling Fiction and Literature
with Dylan Roche
This Month's Special Focus: Conflict
There’s a lot that goes into creating a good story, and every writer’s process is a little different. All fiction writers (of any experience level) are invited to join for a lively discussion on the elements of good storytelling, how to develop your narrative and characters, what goes into themes and motifs, and why your voice and style matter. Each month of this behind-the-scenes look at fiction will offer a chance for authors to share their work, give and receive feedback, and enjoy a support network with their fellow “narrators.”
Dylan Roche is a novelist, playwright, journalist, copywriter, blogger, editor, and creative writing coach with years of professional experience in a breadth of writing-related endeavors. Whether he’s writing magazine features about fitness and nutrition, farcical sitcoms for the stage, or ad copy for small businesses, he loves connecting with and resonating with readers. His first novel, The Purple Bird, a YA fantasy adventure, debuted in 2019. He lives in Annapolis with his dog, Tyrion the corgi, and when he’s not writing, he can usually be found going on long-distance runs.
Please note: a link to access this session will be emailed to all registered 24 hours before the event begins.
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