Quebec Writers' Federation Workshops
Fall Session 2017
HIGH DRAMA, GRIPPING SUSPENSE: INVOKING THE FEAR OF THE UNKNOWN
Workshop leader: Trevor Ferguson
Saturday November 4, 2017, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
QWF Office – 1200 Atwater Avenue, Room 3, Westmount, QC
Workshop fee: $80 for QWF members; $100 for non-members
Cost of QWF membership (annual) and workshop: $115
Payment is due within one week of registration to confirm your spot.
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The trajectory of the workshop includes Suspencing the Stone; The On-Ramp to the Fast Lane; Life in the Fast Lane; Speeding up in the Fast Lane; and Running on Empty. The development of suspense involves, and the workshop studies, the key elements of language, character, action, and setting, and how they merge in traffic.Please bring your weapon of choice, be it a laptop or pen-and-paper, and be prepared to write and rework passages in different ways to reveal what can be done to enhance, and artfully mete and control, suspense.
Trevor Ferguson (aka John Farrow) is the author of seven literary novels and six thrillers. He’s been published in twenty-four countries. Booklist(New York) called his crime series, as John Farrow, the best of our time; Die Zeit (Germany) called it the best of all time. Of his most recent novel, Perish the Day (2017, Minotaur, New York), Lee Child said it’s “the best yet in one of my favourite series. I love Émile Cinq-Mars!” Trevor has been on the faculty of the Creative Writing Departments of both Concordia University and the Banff School for the Arts. facebook.com/trevor.ferguson1
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QWF gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the Canada Council for the Arts.