Tue, Feb 21|
Bringing Color to Your Writing with Heather Hansman
Make your writing feel vivid and alive.
Feb 21, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM PST
How do you write stories that have a sense of place? Ones that pull people into a scene?
Those kinds of vivid scenes can be the most fun pieces to read, but they can also be the hardest to write. In this class, we’ll unlock some ideas for how to bring sensory details to the page. We’ll practice the art of noticing. We’ll talk about bringing color and light to our writing while also leaving room for white space. We’ll try to operate by the tenants of the great Mary Oliver: “Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it.”
Pen and/or pencil
A notebook or scratch paper to write on
About Heather Hansman
Heather Hansman(she/her) is an award-winning writer who likes to think about the ways people and places impact each other. She’s the author of the books Downriver and Powder Days and a contributing editor at Outside magazine. She lives in Southwestern Colorado, where the mountains meet the desert, and she likes it there a lot.
**These classes are intended to be live and interactive. If you can't make the class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. For a full refund, please cancel at least 48 hours in advance.
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