Writing for younger readers brings its own share of challenges, especially regarding things like plot, pacing, and clarity of motive. No matter the genre of tale, the goal always is to create a narrative that compels, surprises, and satisfies. In this craft talk, Edgar Award-winning and ALA Stonewall Honor-winning author James Klise will offer several approaches to devising successful plots for younger readers, and will include time for Q & A.
In partnership with StoryStudio Chicago.
This event will be held live online using Zoom. Once you have registered, check your email the day of the program for a link to join the meeting.