One of the hardest things for writers to do is judge their own work in progress. Commonly called revision, it produces groans from most of us working on a manuscript.
This Saturday, October 18th lecture on revision by Ann Hood will not only teach us to “cast a cold eye on our own work” but provide advice and tips.
Ann is the author of the just-released novel “An Italian Wife” and many other best-selling novels and essays. She is the editor of “Knitting Yarns: Writers on Knitting”, which will be featured in an evening event (see prior podcast WU-081). She’s received two Pushcart Prizes and is on the faculty of the MFA in Creative Writing program at The New School in New York City and is a frequent instructor at various conferences.
The venue for this Saturday October 18th 1-3pm event is the auditorium at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art at 550 Winslow Way E (the corner of SR 305 & Winslow Way — a short walk from the ferry).
Register now online at the Field’s End website for the event that includes a Q&A and book signing. Or pay at the door, but BIMA auditorium seating is limited. Tickets: $25.
Credits: BCB host and text author: Channie Peters; BCB studio tech, audio editor and social media publisher: Barry Peters.