Literary Luncheon

Idaho Writers Guild LITERARY LUNCH
The Relevance of Writing

The Riverside Hotel, 2900 Chinden Blvd., Boise
$20 for members, $25 for guests

Tuesday, March 20th, 2017, 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

(Doors open at 11:15)

How to Create a Story


From ideas to the page to the stage, the Story Story Studio breaks down the elements of electric live storytelling, so anyone can dig into powerful scenes from real experience, then boldly step into the spotlight, and tell it like it is. You will learn how to dig up the extraordinary moments from your life, and develop the concepts and connection that make stories ring with truth, power, insight, and humor. 

Amanda Rich, the head of StoryStory’s Studio arm, is a poet and performer with over a decade of experience in creative writing, street theater, and community education. Her work has been showcased at One Flaming Arrow: Intertribal Art, Music and Film Festival in Portland, OR; 2016 StoryFort; the Boise Art Museum’s Tall Tales exhibit; and the Death Rattle Writer’s Festival.

The Idaho Writers Guild, writers working for writers, meets the third Tuesday of every month (excluding November and December). The Literary Lunches are open to the publicThe fee (which includes lunch) is $20 for members of the Idaho Writers Guild and $25 for non-members. For more information about the IWG Literary Lunch, go to www.idahowritersguild.com, contact Merilee Marsh, 208-921-5328, or email mm@merileemarsh.com.




4 comments:

  1. Really enjoyed the roundtable discussions. Went back for double doses of 'Story Structure' and 'The Importance of Place', but the one that surprised me the most was 'Television Scriptwriting' with Royce. It's not something that I had ever looked at before, but the difference in perspective between a novel, television script, and even a movie script are pretty fascinating.
    I had planned on handing out cards with my upcoming book, 'Blademage Adept' (Now in Pre-Order on Kindle), but left them by the comment basket due to the chaotic nature of this particular luncheon. Not many cards got taken, but they must have been noticed, according to the spike on Amazon. Thanks for the support, guys!

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  2. Your book looks great Chris! Congrats on your writing success!

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  3. I'm not able to make it to the luncheon tomorrow. Please donate my ticket fee to someone else or use it as a general donation. Sorry to miss!

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  4. I'm new to Idaho Writers Guild - just joined yesterday. I plan to attend the luncheon on Sept 20th. I don't see a place on this page (or elsewhere) to pay in advance.

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