Daily Zoom: Managing Time in Fiction and Nonfiction

$29.00 Members
$39.00 Non-members

The plotted timeline in a story or essay might extend over centuries or a few minutes, over a plane ride or a road trip or a lifetime or a meal or a funeral. As writers, we can edit time, move time, select time, and choose when to start and end a work; we can frame the time the narrative spans, and we can use the clock or calendar to pace a reader through our narratives and keep ourselves on track. In this class we'll discuss how different choices we make with time enable us to tell our stories in different ways.

Instructor: Chip Livingston Learn More