Master Class with Gabe Habash

06
Apr 2019
Saturday

Keeping the Reader Interested

Master Class with Gabe Habash
Saturday, April 6
1 to 3 p.m.
Location TBD

Sustaining a reader’s attention for the long haul means developing conflicts and a prose style that keeps them engaged. By analyzing the big-picture conflicts and sentence-level choices made by select writers, we explore the tensions, images, rhythms, and word choices that make stories come alive on the page. Through discussion and generative prompts, we begin to apply those lessons to our own work.

This class is full. To be put on a wait list, please email info@projectwritenow.org.

Gabe Habash is the author of the novel Stephen Florida, a finalist for The New York Public Library’s Young Lions Fiction Award and the American Booksellers Association Indies Choice Book Award for Adult Debut Book of the Year. He is the fiction reviews editor for Publishers Weekly, and his work has appeared in The Paris Review, The Los Angeles Times, Guernica, The Millions, Poets & Writers, Lithub, and more.