Writing Life Workshop: What's In Your Writer's Toolkit? with C.S. Hanson (11/27/18 session)
When the imagination is on fire and you’re writing up a storm, it’s great. When it becomes a slog, your efforts mired in resistance, what can you do? Stock your toolkit! In four engaging sessions, explore mapping, list-making techniques, the five-sentence miracle, and much more. Discover 25 specific tools for writing with less struggle and more pleasure. Unleash creativity, write what you really want to write, then write some more.
C.S. Hanson is an award-winning playwright with Off-Broadway and regional credits. Recent productions include TV In My Bones at Theater for the New City; Prick Perfect at the 2017 Estrogenius Festival, where it was named festival winner; and Stalk Me, Baby, which inspired the multilingual Polyglot at Gleams Theatre, Montreal. Hanson is a playwright member of The Actors Studio, was a Tennessee Williams Scholar at the Sewanee Writers’ Conference, and is published by Smith and Kraus. She is a four-time finalist for the prestigious Heideman Award. cshanson.com
This workshop takes place over four Tuesdays: November 6, November 13, November 27, and December 4.
To register, click here. There is no per-session registration for this workshop. For registration questions, call the Events Office at 212.288.6900 x230.
The Writing Life events in 2018 are generously underwritten by Jenny Lawrence.