Extended Afternoon Session: Headlights in the Fog: Re-energizing Your Novel or Memoir with Eduardo Santiago

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You are invited to inspiration2publication's live writing workshop! 

WHEN: Saturday, May 21, 2016

1:00 pm - 4:45 pm 

WHERE: Antioch University Los Angeles campus (400 Corporate Pointe, Culver City, CA 90230). The room number and other details will be emailed to the participants.

Hurry! Number of participants is limited. 

Workshop description: 

"There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you,” Maya Angelou famously said. I respectfully disagree. An even greater agony is starting a book and getting lost in the fog of your own imagination. In this workshop we will explore the fundamental components that keep a novel or memoir on track, that shine a light when you're veering towards the dark, and that free you to be as imaginative as you can possibly be.

We will do in-class exercises to help you gain a better understanding of essential structural elements and learn innovative techniques to create memorable characters, vivid worlds and skillfully told stories that will keep you writing pages and keep your readers eagerly turning pages to a satisfying conclusion.

Click here to learn about the morning workshop "Writing Poetry for Social Change" with Xochitl-Julisa Bermejo 

Click here to save $30 when you purchase both morning and afternoon sessions

About Eduardo Santiago: 

Eduardo Santiago’s first novel Tomorrow They Will Kiss (Little, Brown & Co.) was an Edmund White Debut Fiction Award finalist and a Latino Book Award finalist. Mr. Santiago’s next novel, Midnight Rumba, was awarded top honors at the prestigious New England Book Festival 2013, the Latino International Book Awards, and The Beverly Hills Book Awards.

His fiction has been published in ZYZZYVASlow Trains, andThe Caribbean Writer, and his nonfiction has appeared inLos Angeles TimesThe Advocate, and Out Traveler Magazine. Mr. Santiago earned a BFA degree from the California Institute of the Arts and a Creative Writing MFA from Antioch University, Los Angeles. He has taught writing for UCLA’s Writing Program and at Mt. San Jacinto College.

He is the founder of the Idyllwild Authors Series, and a two-time PEN Center U.S.A. Fellow (2004 & 2008). His many personal appearances include CBS News, NPR’S All Things Considered, The New York City Book Festival, The Miami Book Fair International, The Los Angeles Times Festival Of Books, and The Tucson Festival of Books.