Point of View Workshop with Steven W. White hosted by Penn Wallace

2021-02-13 09:00 - 12:00

Coming Saturday, February 13, 9 a.m.

Point of View is a contentious subject in today’s writing. Do you use first person or third person? Do you use an omnipotent POV or a close one? Many people are slavish in adhering to the rules for Point of View. Many authors just ignore it.

Join fantasy author Steven W. White for an exploration of point of view, one of the most powerful tools authors can wield to create tension and invoke emotion in the reader.

Steve is the one on the right.

 

"One of the new brilliant creators in fiction." - Author Doniella Boaz, re: New World

"[His] characters are complex and vivid." - Barry North, re:Turing's Revenge and Other Stories

"This is an author to follow." - M. Mallory, re: Turing's Revenge and Other Stories

Steven W. White has written science fiction and fantasy since he was a teenager. Along the way, he's been a Christmas tree farmer, a rocket scientist, and a snake handler. He writes, teaches, and occasionally plays with fire in the Pacific Northwest. He has an MFA in creative writing.

To learn more about Steve and his books, go here.

This workshop will be presented via zoom on February 13 at 9 a.m.

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