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How do you develop that most elusive of elements for a writer–your own voice? What are the elements of craft that go into voice? What creates vivid, distinctive narratives? Whether you are writing fiction or creative nonfiction, this one-day workshop will focus on several in-class prompts and writing samples designed to experiment with “voice” in our writing. The workshop leader will offer one post-class critique of work written in the class to every participant.

About Caroline Bock

Caroline Bock's debut short story collection, Carry Her Home, was the winner of the 2018 Fiction Award from the Washington Writers' Publishing House (now also available on Audible and ITunes). She is also the author of the acclaimed young adult novels: Lie and Before My Eyes from St. Martin's Press. Educated at Syracuse University, where she studied creative writing with Raymond Carver, she also earned in 2011 an MFA in Fiction from The City College of New York. Currently, she is at work on a new novel. More about her at: www.carolinebockauthor.com.

Teaching Style: Engaging, energetic, results-oriented, offering constructive criticism to encourage the best in every writer.


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