Writers will learn the tools of the trade in the all-important job of shaping their writing for final publication or personal use. We will look at how word usage and punctuation affect meaning and tone. In conclusion, we will explore how all three sessions combine to support your writing skill set. Writers can also receive advice/critiques from the session leaders of writing they have produced in the sessions or have been working on at home.
Lunch will be provided.
To learn more and register, visit: kclibrary.org/vetswrite. The number of participants is limited, so register today.
Presented by Joseph Di Candeloro, M.A. and H.C. Palmer
Joseph Di Candeloro, M.A.: Joseph is a scholar of narrative theory. His background includes studies of ideological currents in history and artistic movements. He received his M.A. from University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire with a thesis on narrative structure. Joseph taught Discourse at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and he is currently an independent scholar studying Semiotics and the role of narrative in mass movements.
H.C. Palmer, retired Internist: H.C. served as a Battalion Surgeon with the First Infantry Division in Vietnam in 1965-66. His work has appeared in New Letters, Poetry Daily, War Literature and the Arts, Narrative Magazine, The New Mexico Poetry Review, I-70 Review, Flint Hills Review, Gray’s Sporting Journal and other journals and anthologies. He is an assistant editor for Narrative Magazine. His first book of poems, Feet of the Messenger, from BkMk Press, University of Missouri, Kansas City, is due for release in October 2017.