Webinars and Seminars

Online webinars and in person seminars are presentations geared toward authors, editors, and other writing-adjacent roles. They cover Writing the Other topics such as representation, cultural appropriation, decolonizing your writing craft, and much more. Most webinars and seminars include a Q&A with the presenter.

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Charting Your Character’s Arc Webinar and Workshop

In this webinar, author Stant Litore will walk you through how to chart your character arc in a way that allows you to use that arc as a potent tool for revision. You will leave the webinar with a more defined and vigorous vision for your character’s conflict and actions and with fresh and specific ideas for structuring your story to maximize the emotional and dramatic impact for your character and the reader. [...]

The Heroine’s Journey – The Other Ancient Story Structure

We’ve all heard about the Hero’s Journey, but how often do we hear about the Heroine’s Journey, Western culture’s other prominent story structure? In this webinar, New York Times bestselling author Gail Carriger provides a full break down of what aspects of heroine’s journey make for compelling narrative and voracious readers, where these elements originate, why they’re successful, and how to write them. [...]

Charting Your Character’s Arc Webinar and Workshop

In this webinar, author Stant Litore will walk you through how to chart your character arc in a way that allows you to use that arc as a potent tool for revision. You will leave the webinar with a more defined and vigorous vision for your character’s conflict and actions and with fresh and specific ideas for structuring your story to maximize the emotional and dramatic impact for your character and the reader. [...]