Author Katrina Shawver (Henry: A Polish Swimmer's True Story of Friendship from Auschwitz to America) leads a workshop that covers tools and techniques that apply to all genres to help make your writing easier, polished, and tight.
Take home lists of key resources every writer should have and know. Practice new ideas for faster writing and using active versus passive tense and specificity to "show not tell." Come prepared to write!
Bring pen/pencil and a notebook.
ABOUT THE HOST
- Cost: $25 per person.
- Register below.
KATRINA SHAWVER is an experienced writer, blogger, speaker, and author of the award-winning biography HENRY: A Polish Swimmer's True Story of Friendship from Auschwitz to America
. She holds a BA from the University of Arizona in English/Political Science and began her writing career by penning columns for the Arizona Republic
for more than eleven years. She spent fifteen years researching WWII, Poland, Auschwitz, and the Holocaust to write the story of Henry Zguda, someone she met strictly by chance while writing for the newspaper. HENRY
has earned high praise and won awards in the US, UK, and Italy, including the 2018 IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award – Silver for Biography.