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Writer’s Express Summer Camp: World Building 101 (Two-Day Intensive)
June 27 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
An event every day that begins at 9:00 am, repeating until June 28, 2022
We’re happy to present a two-day in-person writing class, taking place at HVWC’s historic train station.
World Building 101 (Two-Day Intensive)
9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Ideal for students in grades 3-6, though the program is appropriate for all students and the instructor will meet each student at their own educational level. It will be a small, supportive and fun class!
Do you love reading adventure books with fantastical settings and magical elements? Have you ever wanted to write a story set in a place you’ve never been? Through this workshop, students will understand the layout of the land within their stories, no matter what genre.
Students will receive individualized instruction and group writing time. Students should pack a snack, water bottle and bring a notebook. HVWC’s space is air conditioned, and our HVAC system was upgraded in 2021 with the latest air filtering technology. Masks will be optional for this group. Please advise if there are any food allergies. Space is limited to ten students.
Instructor Misty Yarnall received her BFA in Creative Writing from Purchase College. Her work can be found in a handful of literary magazines, including Prime Number Magazine, The Roadrunner Review, KAIROS Literary Magazine, and The Merrimack Review. She holds awards in the Sixth Act Playwriting Competition and the POV Fest Screenwriting Contest. She has served as an apprentice and intern within the youth programming department at Writers & Books and is an active editing intern with DLG Publishing Partners.