Marni Freedman teaches Story Clarity Magic

Date: Thursday, May 31 2012 Time: 7-9 pm Number of sessions: 1-ONE EVENING CLASS! Members: $30 Nonmembers: $36 Location: The Inkspot, 710 13th St, Ste 210, San Diego, CA 92101
This workshop has been canceled.
Do you have a “general idea” of what you want to write about but need your story idea crystallized?
Are you wondering if the kernel of your idea is worth pursuing, marketable and strong enough to sustain a whole piece?
Do you need clarity about how to streamline your idea?
The work of clarifying your story idea is arguably some of the most important work you will do as a writer.  Since it is the
foundation for the rest of the writing, it is vital to take the time to make your idea the cleanest, clearest and strongest it can be.
Spend an Evening with Writing Coach, Marni Freedman.  In this “all meat – no fat” workshop, she will help you to:
1) Define and sharpen your story idea
2) Clarify your theme or unifying premise
3) Streamline your idea for marketability
By the end of the night you will walk away with a clear story idea that promises a strong beginning, middle and end.


Open to all levels.  Bring at least the kernel of an idea to the workshop!


Marni Freedman is a produced, published and award winning writer.  After graduating as an award winning student from the USC School of Filmic Writing, Marni began her career with her play, “Two Goldsteins on Acid,” which was produced in Los Angeles.  She worked as a script doctor for Fox Searchlight, Disney, and other film companies and worked as a script agent for the Mary Sue Seymour Agency.  One of her plays was made into a film, “Playing Mona Lisa,” and was produced by Disney. She has published articles in several magazines and online sites, worked as a ghost writer for a “how to” book series and is currently in demand as a book editor and script doctor.  Currently, around San Diego, you can find Marni teaching writing workshops at San Diego Writers Ink, UCSD Extension and running the popular San Diego Screenwriter’s group, The Writer’s Circle.