February 17, 2019

Marin: The Hero’s Journey—How it Can Serve as a Blueprint for an Enduring, Transformative Story

Marin: Setting That Works

Setting That Works — How Memorable Setting Can Advance Plot, Reveal Character, and Echo Theme

The best setting is more than a pretty, or gritty description. It’s lean and strong, because it’s working two or more jobs—pushing your story along, helping us get to know your protagonist better. Join us for Setting That Works on November 11.

In this hands-on workshop, John Byrne Barry, author of Wasted: Murder in the Recycle Berkeley Yard, and Bones in the Wash: Politics is Tough. Family is Tougher, will review the different ways setting can strengthen your story, and lead a writing exercise putting what we learn into action.


Marin: Getting Published: What Are Your Options?

Marin: Creating Scenes—The Essence of Storytelling

Marin: Writer’s Circle—Committing to the Writer’s Life

Marin: Writer’s Conference 2018

Join us April 22 for a daylong conference covering fiction and nonfiction writing, with five literary agents available for pitches. Morning coffee and bagels are included, along with a bag lunch, in the registration. Vegetarian and gluten-free options are available.

Early Bird Registration until April 1 is $105 members / $135 nonmembers, Paypal or check with mail-in registration.
After April 1, registration is $135 members / $165 nonmembers, Paypal or pay by check with mail-in registration.

To pay by Paypal or credit card, go to our registration page at http://cwcmarin.com/events/the-writing-life-2018/ and click ONLINE registration.

OR Mail this registration form with your check to:
CWC Marin c/o Mary Krefting, 38 Estates Court, San Rafael, CA 94901
Make checks payable to California Writer’s Club Marin branch

To register, you must complete the registration form and provide the payment.  You may fill out the form here. (Cancellation policy: Requests for refunds must be made 14 days before the conference.)