Timons “Tim” Esaias, adjunct professor at Seton Hill University for the Masters level program in writing popular fiction, will open the GLVWG Write Stuff Writers Conference™, “2020 Vision”, on Thursday, March 12, at the Best Western Lehigh Valley Hotel & Conference Center.
He will conduct a two half-day sessions on Thursday, March 12:
What to Put In & What to Take Out:
How to remove meaningless stuff from your prose, and put content back in.
Selected Elements of Style
Key rules, the genre differences, and how to think about the morass of conflicting advice
Then on Saturday, March 14, Tim will facilitate four sessions:
Getting Conflict on the Page
Don’t Be a Bobble Head
Those First Few Lines
Writing Poetry for Genre Markets
Timons Esaias lives in Pittsburgh, in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood, with his wife who is a physician. He writes satire, speculative fiction, poetry, and the occasional essay. His work has appeared in over a dozen different countries, and fifteen languages. He has been a finalist for the British Science Fiction Award (1998) and the Rhysling Award (5 nominations, Third Place 1997), and he won the Asimov’s Readers’ Award for Poetry (2005). He is a member of the Pittsburgh Poetry Exchange; a Member Demeritus of the Worldwrights; and a certified Rogue in Lair #1 of the Rascals, Rogues & Rapscallions.
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