During the four-day workshop, participants will learn the conventions of writing against the backdrop of the park’s granite ecosystem and forest trails.
On June 20-21, students will learn how to craft rich fiction, form a comprehensive plot structure, and develop detailed characters.
A June 25 screenwriting session explores the basics of act structure and tension.
At the workshop on June 28, instructors will guide students through writing exercises to help them craft beautiful poetry.
Participants must bring a laptop or notebook, paper, pen, pencil, plenty of water, a healthy snack, a light jacket and repellent. In case of inclement weather, students will convene in the classrooms. Workshops are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. with a 30-minute lunch break.
For cost and other information, call Annette Johnson at 678-691-9005.