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A Long Look Back: Reimagining History in Your Writing
with Alysia Kolentsis, Jean McNeil, and Kathleen Winter.
Why do we return to the past as a way of understanding the present?
Alysia Kolentsis speaks to Kathleen Winter (Undersong) and Jean McNeil (Day for Night) about their use of real-life characters in fiction. Tune in to hear their process of reimagining historical figures as a way of exploring relationships, loss, trust. What do we learn when we recast history?
Mentorship: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
with Evelyn Lau, Susan Scott, and Isabella Wang.
The right mentor can mean the difference between a writer struggling with invisibility and finally feeling heard. But what does “right” even mean? Is chemistry important? What are the signs of a mentorship that is transformative versus transactional? How do you know when you’re ready for mentoring—or to step up as a mentor? Join Evelyn Lau, Susan Scott, and Isabella Wang in exploring the ethics, joys, perks, and benefits of this vital relationship in the writing world.