Date Track Session/Presenter/Description Location Time

Sunday, June 2, 2019

Writing for New Media

Gutter Magic: What Makes Comics Comics, and How to Use Them to Tell Your Story

Comics have become so ubiquitous and so fashionable that it can be easy to  overlook what it (or should it be “they?”) actually is (or, maybe, “are”). In this workshop we will look at the components that make up comics and how they work together to create a unique, and deceptively complex, reading experience. Then we’ll talk about how to use that knowledge to tell the story you want to tell.

Magnolia 10:10am to 11:40am

Sunday, June 2, 2019

Writing for New Media

Sounds Good!: Writing Audio Fiction in the Age of Podcasting

The rising popularity of podcasts has created a new golden age of audio drama. But the way these dramas are delivered and consumed – on demand, through headphones, and when you’re walking, driving, or cleaning the living room – has turned this old medium into something new. In this workshop we’ll talk about the limitations and opportunities created by telling a story only using sound, and how to take advantage of those when developing your story and writing your script.

Sycamore 1:10pm to 2:40pm

Sunday, June 2, 2019

Writing for New Media

Writing Nonfiction Graphic Novels

Description coming soon.

Maple 2:50pm to 3:50pm