If you can’t wait to turn the page, the writer has succeeded in telling you a great story. What does it take to develop characters, settings, dialogue, and plot elements that have you on the edge of your seat? This workshop answers those questions and more! We’ll breakdown the parts of fiction writing each week and test out what we’ve learned with some on-the-spot writing. You’ll work with your peers, too – giving advice and feedback, while hearing what they have to say about your work. Not only does this workshop make you a better writer, but when you understand the process, it makes you appreciate your favorite writers even more. Don’t leave us on the edge of our seats-- register for now for this workshop!
Stacy Davidowitz is a proud Washington Heights-based author, playwright, and screenwriter whose work has been produced regionally and internationally. She is the author of the four-book middle grade series Camp Rolling Hills (ABRAMS), the three-chapter book series Hanazuki (ABRAMS / Hasbro), and the upcoming book The Chance to Fly with coauthor Ali Stroker. Stacy’s full-length plays and musicals are published by Broadway Play Publishing, Steele Spring Stage Rights, YouthPLAYS, and Indie Theater Now. Stacy is also an active teaching artist, facilitating creative writing, drama, musical theater, and improvisation workshops to students in NYC public schools, private schools, camps, and foster care programs seven days a week. She is a graduate of British American Drama Academy, Tufts University (Bachelor of Science) and Columbia University (MFA in Acting). Check her out at stacydavidowitz.com. (she/her/hers)
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