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WRITING WORKSHOP Writing Under The Influence | Dan Hoen Hull: "Satisfying: How to End a Story" 6PM MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27
Join us for a series of in-person writing workshops hosted by Changing Hands Bookstore on the fourth Monday of every month.
This month, Dan Hoen Hull presents "Satisfying: How to End a Story."
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
"If an opening line is about grabbing the reader’s attention from the first sentence, then endings are about keeping the reader’s attention. If you satisfy your readers, they will think about the book long after they close it. It’s crucial for writers and storytellers of all stripes to maintain the same quality for their endings as they do for the rest of their story, and that’s what we’ll cover in this workshop. Endings are hard. In this workshop, we will be taking a look at storytelling structures and using exercises to help you find the right ending for your story."
Refunds will not be issued within one day of the event.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Local award-winning writer, teacher, storyteller, producer, and all-around bad Buddhist Dan Hoen Hull has been part of the fabric of the Phoenix storytelling scene for over ten years and a writer soon after he attained written language accusation. Winner of the 2014 Phoenix Mayor’s Arts Award for Creative Writing and the winner of multiple awards for storytelling, one of Dan’s first loves for the last twenty years is teaching writing workshops.