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Workshops at Capclave
Capclave 2012 is pleased to once again host a number of interesting workshops. Space is still available. If you are interested, send an e-mail to our
 
Please note: The details of our workshops is mostly stable but, due to circumstances beyond our control, changes to the program can occur throughout the convention.
 
Saturday 11:00 amFrederickWold's Writers Workshop (Ends at: 1:55 pm)
Panelists: A. C. Crispin, Allen Wold, Darcy Wold
Allen Wold will lead a panel of authors in a hands on workshop. Learn many skills as you work on a short story. Session will be for 3 hours on Sat. and for those interested, a 1 hour follow-up on Sunday. Number of Participants is limited to 12. (Full)
Saturday 2:00 pmFrederickNick Mamatas's Workshop (Ends at: 4:55 pm)
Panelists: Nick Mamatas
'If you don't use your imagination someone else will use it for you.'óRonald Sukenick

In SF/F a good idea can go a long way, but often the first ideas we think of for a story or novel are well-worn, and are probably already in the slush pile with another author's name on it. In this brief workshop, writers will be exposed to a stimulus and together with facilitator Nick Mamatas will generate three ideas and write a flash fiction based on a common theme. Participants will practice the skills needed to use their own imaginations, rather than having them used by "someone else." (Full)

Saturday 5:00 pmFrederickReviewer Workshop (Ends at: 5:55 pm)
Panelists: Doug Fratz
A good reviewer does more then read free books and say "I like that." Doug Fratz demonstrates the hallmarks of a good review and how to create one. (Limit 10) It is preffered that participants bring a copy of a review they have written and 10 copies. Please send an electronic version to the workshop coordinator in advance as well.
Sunday 10:00 amFrederickWriting Marines (Ends at: 12:55 pm)
Panelists: Ron Garner
Are you now, or do you plan to write about aviation, the military, or some aspect of either (or both) in your next novel? Perhaps Space Marines or intergalactic dragons? Would you like some advice/tips/tricks on how to get it right? Then this workshop is for you, as you'll be come engage in a guided discussion with Marine Corps pilot and bestselling author, developed by Janine K. Spendlove, and Marine veteran and author, Ron Garner.
Sunday 1:00 pmFrederickWold Wrapup (Ends at: 1:55 pm)
Panelists: Allen Wold
A 1-hour wrap-up to Allen Wold's Writer's Workshop.

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