Why do stories need conflict? Conflict is a literary tool that helps drive the plot forward. Come learn how to create convincing conflict in your story.
About the presenter: Jeanette Watts is the author of Jane Austen Lied to Me, My Dearest Miss Fairfax, Wealth and Privilege, and Brains and Beauty. She has an honorable mention in the Rainbow Awards for her adaptation of Jane Austen's Persuasion. Besides writing historical fiction, satires, and LGBTQ+ romance, she has also written television commercials, one-act melodramas, Old West saloon shows, dance textbooks, and marketing newspapers. She has also written unproduced television and movie scripts and unpublished erotica. You could say she just likes words.
Registration is encouraged.
Interested in our Short Story Contest? Entries due November 11. Visit champaign.org/short-story for additional details.
Registration is closed.
Main Library, Robeson Pavilion Room A & B
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