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Writerly Words from the Desk of Dru #8: Developing Characters, Part Three

Posted by on Aug 25, 2015 in Author Interviews, Blog, Craft Talk, Fresh Ink, Inklings

We will be bringing you advice from author Drusilla Campbell’s diaries, notes, talks, and interviews. Many of you remember Dru; she was an active member of our community as a former board president, instructor, and volunteer and is sorely missed. These pieces are edited/curated by her husband, Art Campbell. Edited and © 2015 by Art Campbell #8: Developing Characters, Part Three  Tips on how to develop characters are aspects of writing about which there is more...

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Writerly Words from the Desk of Dru #7: Developing Characters, Part Two

Posted by on Aug 19, 2015 in Author Interviews, Blog, Craft Talk, Fresh Ink

We will be bringing you advice from author Drusilla Campbell’s diaries, notes, talks, and interviews. Many of you remember Dru; she was an active member of our community as a former board president, instructor, and volunteer and is sorely missed. These pieces are edited/curated by her husband, Art Campbell. Edited and © 2015 by Art Campbell #7: Developing Characters, Part Two Characters are at the heart of good fiction. Remember Madame Bovary? Wouldn’t you know her...

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About Sexuality, Spirituality, and Embodiment: A Writing Journey for Women

Posted by on Aug 17, 2015 in Blog, Fresh Ink, Inklings

From the blog of Lara Eisenberg:    https://mybodymindwellness.wordpress.com/2015/08/13/the-sexualization-of-women-and-girls/ Attend her class on August 30th:    http://www.sandiegowriters.org/0830-sexuality-spirituality-and-embodiment-a-writing-journey-for-women-with-lara-eisenberg/ My dad was a misogynist. My dad was a womanizer. My dad was abusive. My dad was an exhibitionist. My dad IS an alcoholic. My dad was an adulterer. My dad was the first man that taught...

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San Diego Writers, Ink, nurtures writers and fosters a literary community by:

  • Serving as a hub for the literary community
  • Promoting literature
  • Providing artistic development for writers at all levels, and
  • Facilitating artistic collaboration

We hang our literary hats at The Ink Spot, a bright and creative space at NTC Liberty Station on Point Loma. Here writers and artists and those who love literature gather for literary events and art exhibitions. We’re an enthusiastic collaborator with many artistic, cultural, and community organizations and join with others throughout the city and county in promoting literature and creating community.

 

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