By: Debbie Lane
The first Write Brain event of 2020 brought us the art of writing a short story, presented by Travis Heermann, falling perfectly in time with the call for submissions to the debut issue of the PPW Anthology!
Travis assured it would take more like six weeks to go over every aspect of this process thoroughly. However, the information he presented covered not only the key steps for building a short story, but also direction on how and where to get a short story published.
In addition to Travis’ presentation, his 81 page handout was made available for download to anyone in attendance. Afterwards, I was asked if this workshop made the idea of writing a short story less daunting, and my answer had to be no. It doesn’t seem less daunting, but with instruction like this it definitely seems doable!
Don’t miss the next Write Brain — Developing Realistic Romance in Every Genre, presented by authors Rebecca Yarros and Cindi Madsen. This workshop will will show you how to use popular and effective Romance tropes in other genres! Don’t miss it!
February 19, 2020
6:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.
Pikes Peak Library District – Library 21c
1175 Chapel Hills Dr, Colorado Springs, CO 80920
Write Brain recaps are presented by, Debbie Lane who lives in Colorado Springs with her husband, three children, and two spoiled cats. She enjoys arts and crafts, and writing. Debbie is an avid reader, and feels honored to follow in the footsteps of her literary heroes as she now works to become the best writer she can be.