Workshop - Writing a Good Transition!

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Every 1st Monday of the month until September 30, 2019

Whitefish Middle School

600 E Second St · Whitefish, MT

How to find us

Enter using the doors below the marquee for the Performing Arts Center on Spokane Ave. Go down the short flight of stairs. We are in the district board room, the door is to your right at the bottom of the stairs.

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Glenn Schiffman and Barbara Schiffman will be speaking on Transitions in your stories -- novels, short stories and screenplays. Think: Moving from future to past, past to future, time changes, place changes.... Getting from here to there on the page with grace and aplomb.

Come prepared to write and practice what you learn in this mini-workshop.

Glenn Schiffman writes short stories, flash fiction and autobiographical fiction. He has an MFA in Creative Writing. His novel "The Way I Was Taught" was a 2014 Eric Hoffer Book Award literary fiction finalist. His storybook "Seasons Around the Medicine Wheel" retells Native American teaching tales he shared at ceremonial gatherings for over 25 years. He's currently creating a podcast from his autobiographical fiction work "Life in the Fast Lane: Truckin' on the 1970's Rock&Roll Road."
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After being a script reader for agents, producers and cable networks in Hollywood for over 30 years, Barbara Schiffman now coaches screenwriters on revising their scripts and pitching their work. She also edits books for self-publishing authors and coaches all types of writers on works-in-progress. In addition to her chapter in the anthology "Now Write! Screenwriting: Screenwriting Exercises from Today's Best Writers and Teachers," she has contributed chapters to many other anthologies and published several personal growth-oriented books including "The Akashic Muse" and "Living in Balance for Boomers."
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