* Photo by Verlyn Lemon Bounds
Rosemary Poole-Carter offers talks for groups of readers and writers on a variety of topics, including the following:
Danger: Women Reading
Why did 19th century Women’s Book Clubs strike fear in the hearts of so many husbands and clergymen? Find out what those reading women were up to.
Writing Like a Madwoman
Tips on organizing and writing novels and plays in the midst of a busy life
Bringing the Stage to the Page: Using Playwriting Techniques in Novels
This workshop covers how three essential ingredients of playwriting—dialogue combined with action, props that contribute to character and plot, and subtext for emotional undercurrents—can enhance suspense and enrich novel writing.
The Good Old Days—They Were Murderous
A look at 19th century murder and detection methods, crime and punishment
Turning Back the Hands of Time
Tips on researching and writing historical fiction