TRWW January 2018 Workshop

Three Rivers Romance Writers January Workshop:
The Four Types of Scenes

Dates: January 3 – January 31, 2018

Price: TRRW Members – $15
RWA Members – $25
Non-RWA Members – $35

Instructor: Lindsay Schopfer

Workshop Description:
Every story is made up of different types of scenes, each one requiring a different skill-set from the author to write effectively. Students of all genres will benefit from this four-part course designed to teach writers what the unique benefits and requirements are for each type of scene. Subjects covered will include setting description, dialogue, internal monologue, and action.

Each course consists of four live video presentations presented live and online on Wednesdays (Jan. 3, Jan. 10, Jan. 17, Jan. 24, 2018) at 5:00 p.m. PT (8:00 p.m. ET), along with the recordings of each class. These recorded videos are then posted to a private page where students can review them or watch any of the classes that they missed.

Instructor Bio:
Lindsay Schopfer is the author of The Adventures of Keltin Moore, a series of steampunk-flavored fantasy novels about a professional monster hunter. He also wrote the sci-fi survivalist novel Lost Under Two Moons and the fantasy short story collection Magic, Mystery and Mirth. His short fiction has appeared in Merely This and Nothing More: Poe Goes Punk from Writerpunk Press and Unnatural Dragons from Clockwork Dragon.

When he isn’t writing, Lindsay is an online instructor for, where he helps writers learn about and improve their craft. His workshops and panels have been featured in a variety of Cons and writing conferences across the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

Lindsay served as the Sci-Fi/Fantasy Category Chairman for the Pacific Northwest Writers Association’s annual literary contest from 2011 to 2014. He is also a volunteer mentor for Educurious, a Gates Foundation-funded program designed to connect high school students with professional writers. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Creative Writing from the Evergreen State College and completed the Motion Picture Production Program at Capilano College in Vancouver, Canada.

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