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August, 2022

Sunday
14
All Pennwriters Courses are conducted on the Groups.io platform. Courses are run on this discussion
8:00 AM
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Conflict is the engine that drives a story forward, whether it is external (character versus society) or internal (character versus self). Conflict propels the narrative through character development or a sequence of events known as the plot. Using character development, dialogue, and exposition, conflict should be buried within in the narration and allowed to resurface like land mines in the course of the story. However, writers must be careful not to bury these kernels too deeply, stifling the reader and stalemating their storytelling process.
Monday
15
All Pennwriters Courses are conducted on the Groups.io platform. Courses are run on this discussion
8:00 AM
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Conflict is the engine that drives a story forward, whether it is external (character versus society) or internal (character versus self). Conflict propels the narrative through character development or a sequence of events known as the plot. Using character development, dialogue, and exposition, conflict should be buried within in the narration and allowed to resurface like land mines in the course of the story. However, writers must be careful not to bury these kernels too deeply, stifling the reader and stalemating their storytelling process.
Tuesday
16
All Pennwriters Courses are conducted on the Groups.io platform. Courses are run on this discussion
8:00 AM
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Conflict is the engine that drives a story forward, whether it is external (character versus society) or internal (character versus self). Conflict propels the narrative through character development or a sequence of events known as the plot. Using character development, dialogue, and exposition, conflict should be buried within in the narration and allowed to resurface like land mines in the course of the story. However, writers must be careful not to bury these kernels too deeply, stifling the reader and stalemating their storytelling process.
Wednesday
17
All Pennwriters Courses are conducted on the Groups.io platform. Courses are run on this discussion
8:00 AM
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Conflict is the engine that drives a story forward, whether it is external (character versus society) or internal (character versus self). Conflict propels the narrative through character development or a sequence of events known as the plot. Using character development, dialogue, and exposition, conflict should be buried within in the narration and allowed to resurface like land mines in the course of the story. However, writers must be careful not to bury these kernels too deeply, stifling the reader and stalemating their storytelling process.
Thursday
18
All Pennwriters Courses are conducted on the Groups.io platform. Courses are run on this discussion
8:00 AM
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Conflict is the engine that drives a story forward, whether it is external (character versus society) or internal (character versus self). Conflict propels the narrative through character development or a sequence of events known as the plot. Using character development, dialogue, and exposition, conflict should be buried within in the narration and allowed to resurface like land mines in the course of the story. However, writers must be careful not to bury these kernels too deeply, stifling the reader and stalemating their storytelling process.
Thursday
18
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All Members are welcome. Work-in-progress up to 12 pages must be emailed ahead.
Friday
19
All Pennwriters Courses are conducted on the Groups.io platform. Courses are run on this discussion
8:00 AM
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Conflict is the engine that drives a story forward, whether it is external (character versus society) or internal (character versus self). Conflict propels the narrative through character development or a sequence of events known as the plot. Using character development, dialogue, and exposition, conflict should be buried within in the narration and allowed to resurface like land mines in the course of the story. However, writers must be careful not to bury these kernels too deeply, stifling the reader and stalemating their storytelling process.
Saturday
20
All Pennwriters Courses are conducted on the Groups.io platform. Courses are run on this discussion
8:00 AM
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Conflict is the engine that drives a story forward, whether it is external (character versus society) or internal (character versus self). Conflict propels the narrative through character development or a sequence of events known as the plot. Using character development, dialogue, and exposition, conflict should be buried within in the narration and allowed to resurface like land mines in the course of the story. However, writers must be careful not to bury these kernels too deeply, stifling the reader and stalemating their storytelling process.
Saturday
20
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Small, friendly critique group focusing on fiction. All genres welcome. Meets on the third Saturday of each month in the first-floor meeting room at the Monroeville Public Library.
Sunday
21
All Pennwriters Courses are conducted on the Groups.io platform. Courses are run on this discussion
8:00 AM
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Conflict is the engine that drives a story forward, whether it is external (character versus society) or internal (character versus self). Conflict propels the narrative through character development or a sequence of events known as the plot. Using character development, dialogue, and exposition, conflict should be buried within in the narration and allowed to resurface like land mines in the course of the story. However, writers must be careful not to bury these kernels too deeply, stifling the reader and stalemating their storytelling process.