Saturday, August 26, 2017

Writing Is A Lonely Business . . .


But critique requires company.  

There is still room in the 15 week critique workshop I will be leading beginning next week. If you are a writer in the Asheville area and you'd like some good feedback on your prose, check out SYNERGY CENTRAL -- an advanced creative prose workshop offering students the chance to have up to fifty-four pages( eighteen pages at a time) of their work -- fiction, non-fiction, memoir, or any combination thereof -- critiqued by their peers and line-edited by the instructor. 


 There will be brief in-class writing sessions but the focus will be on responding to each writer's work with thorough and constructive critique. It's been my experience that the synergy emerging from groups like this can inspire, energize, and propel a writer to the next level.

The class will meet at The Asheville School on Wednesday evenings from 6:00 to 8:30, beginning August 30.

For info on signing up, go HERE.




3 comments:

Dianna Dodson said...

I am in Texas but want to give a shout out to any Asheville writers thinking about taking this class: DO IT!
I have had Vicki as an instructor, several times in different venues and my writing has benefited from her thoughtful take and talent on writing as craft, writing as art, and the Writing life we all share.
Vicki is golden.

Vicki Lane said...

Wow! Many thanks, Diana!

Thérèse said...

All I can say from far far away is that you have a lot of energy!
Have fun with this class.