Mystery Writing for Teens
M-F, May 18-22, 2pm-3pm
Mystery Writing for Teens with Rebecca A. Demarest
Mysteries are one of the most popular genres in fiction, yet it can be the most daunting to write. Come explore the four supporting pillars of mystery writing and workshop a story concept of your own!
Teen class for ages 14-18.
This class has 5 sessions, M-F, May 18-22, from 2-3pm.
About the Instructor:
Rebecca A. Demarest is an award-winning author, book designer, and publisher living in Seattle with her husband and two canine muppets. When she isn’t reading or writing, you can find her teaching writing, publishing underrepresented playwrights, crafting, sewing, tending her indoor jungle, or trying in vain to teach her pups manners. For more information on her work, please visit http://rebeccademarest.com.
We are offering this class for free on a first, come, first served basis.
5 sessions, M-F, from 2-3pm, 60 minutes per session.
Class sessions in Zoom. Please plan to register with Zoom for free in advance and download on your device. You will be sent a link to your Zoom class in your email confirmation. If you do not see a confirmation, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will also be sending out a direct invite just before class begins. Plan to connect to the class approximately 5 minutes before the start. You will be muted upon entry, but our workshop staff will be setting you to ‘allow to talk’ as they see you join. Plan to have your device on mute unless it you are invited to talk to the class. Some instructors will ask to have you turn on your camera either throughout the class or during discussion. The instructor portions of this class may be recorded for future use.