Words Intertwining: Braiding Your Writing
Ever read a prose piece and been blown away by the way the author has intertwined two story lines? Maybe half is a folktale, the other half is memoir, or half is Vulcan and the other half is emotionally resonant.
Whatever the case, braided prose can seem magical. But in reality it’s just a trick that anyone can learn.
We’ll read amazing examples of this format, fiction and non-fiction, and you’ll have an opportunity to write your own pieces during the workshop.
What Participants Will Take Away
- Examples of this unique format.
- Braiding fact with memoir, fact with fiction.
- Braided pieces begun in the workshop to continue at home.
There will be an optional opportunity to share. Don’t feel like sharing? That’s totally fine.
- All Levels
Saturday, June 17, 2023: 8 AM PDT / 11 AM EDT / 4 PM BST / 8:30 PM IST
Sage Tyrtle’s work is available or upcoming in New Delta Review, The Offing, and Apex among others. She reads for Hippocampus and Fractured Lit. Her words have been featured on NPR, CBC, and PBS and she’s been nominated three times for Pushcart, once for Best American Short Stories. She runs a low cost online writing workshop collective.
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