Adele Annesi - Seminars and Workshops
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Seminars and Workshops
 
These seminars and workshops are available throughout the year. For a free overview of the depth and breadth of the offerings, visit Adele's Online Workshop.
Fiction
Crossing the Line:
Nonfiction Techniques for Fiction
Stories that sound real often are, in part. This workshop explores how to implement key nonfiction techniques.
 
Dreamweaving I and II:
The Craft and Art of Novel Writing
Offered on two levels, this workshop helps emerging and established writers plan and write their first or next novel.
 
Where Story Must Come From
An essential element of great characters is yearning. This workshop helps writers explore their characters' real desires.
 
Nonfiction
The Art of the Essay
For writers and students, this workshop explores various essay forms, and how to develop memoir for publication.
 
Life Lines Nonfiction Workshop
This workshop helps prospective and established writers mine and mold their professional and personal experiences for a book-length manuscript.
 
Fiction and Nonfiction
The Craft and Art of Revision
Advanced fiction and nonfiction writers will explore how to re-envision their work and edit to theme.
 
Ready, Set, Publish?
This seminar offers an insider’s guide to manuscript preparation and selecting literary agent, editors and publishers.
 
All seminars and workshops include information packets, resource lists, bibliographies and Q&A. For scheduling and pricing, contact Word for Words or call 203.894.1908.
 
For full-semester courses, see the Danbury branch of Naugatuck Valley Community College.