We’ve got a very cool slate of classes coming up at LitReactor. I wanted to share this one, which I’m very excited about.
Patrick Wensink is the author of Broken Piano for President, a pretty fantastic novel that’s best-known for being the “Jack Daniels letter book.”
He’s also an accomplished improv comic, and has some pretty cool ideas on how to apply the rules of improv to fiction writing—in particular, how to use them to build momentum and spark inspiration in plots.
So he’s going to teach a class about it.
I was excited to develop this two-week course with him, and the first lecture is amazing. Interested? Click here to learn more about it.