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Setting as Character, with Amy Shearn
Setting is a crucial part of making any piece of writing come alive -- whether you're world-building a fictional setting from scratch, trying to recreate a real place for a work of creative nonfiction, or anywhere in between. Amy Shearn, author of three novels that are firmly rooted in place, will lead a brief craft talk, including examples from both classic literature and contemporary works, along with tips and strategies for making the setting in your work feel alive and fresh. There will be time for questions and maybe even the opportunity to try out these tips and strategies with some writing!

More about Amy Shearn: https://www.amyshearnwrites.com/

Oct 26, 2020 05:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Amy Shearn
Amy Shearn is the author of the novels Unseen City, The Mermaid of Brooklyn, and How Far Is the Ocean From Here. She is a senior editor at Forge, a fiction editor at Joyland, and her work has appeared in the New York Times, Slate, Literary Hub, and many other publications. Amy has an MFA from the University of Minnesota, and currently lives in Brooklyn with her two children. You can find her at amyshearnwrites.com or @amyshearn.