Writing Workshop

Workshop:  Setting as Character
Saturday, February 15, 2020
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
$50 tuition

Explore setting’s function in different genres and start creating evocative and rich worlds for your fiction and memoirs. Led by novelist Kim Taylor Blakemore.

Kim writes about the thieves and servants, murderesses and soiled doves, grifters and flimflam girls. The fierce women. The dangerous women with tangled lies and hidden motives. The Companion is her adult debut in historical mystery. She is also the author of the YA historical novels Bowery Girl and the WILLA Literary Award winner Cissy Funk.

Recipient of a Tucson Festival of Books Literary Award, WILLA Literary Award, and three Regional Arts and Culture Council (RACC) grants, she also teaches novel intensives in Portland, Oregon, and is a member of Women’s Fiction Writers Association, and Historical Novel Society.

Kim will be reading from her latest book, The Companion, later in the evening as featured author of the Manzanita Writers’ Series.