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Saturday, April 30 • 1:15pm - 2:30pm
7H: Mapping Your Story: Place, Movement, and Territory LIMITED

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Whether the setting is a real location, entirely invented, or somewhere in between, exploring the possibilities of your territory and the movements of characters can help you handle aspects of plot like coincidence and chance, and heighten the tension and significance of characters’ actions. We’ll look at how the map of your story (short story, novel, play, memoir, or narrative nonfiction) can open up scenic invention, make change plausible, and build underlying coherence and meaning.

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Lynne Barrett

Lynne Barrett’s most recent story collection is Magpies (Gold Medal, Florida Book Awards). What Editors Want, a guide to submitting to literary magazines based on her widely recommended essay in The Review Review, is now out in book form. She edited Tigertail: Florida Flash, co-edited Birth: A Literary Companion, and is editor of The Florida Book Review. She has received the Edgar Award for best mystery story and a National Endowment for... Read More →

Saturday April 30, 2016 1:15pm - 2:30pm
Tremont Room

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