Jack Remick to speak at EPIC on Monday

Author Jack Remick

Author Jack Remick

Author Jack Remick speaks at the Edmonds Library on Monday at 11 a.m. on ‘The Poetics of Prose.’ Remick said the talk will offer techniques to “get hold of the novel,” and is based on his program, ‘A Short Course in Structure: Writing Tips for the Committed Novelist,’ featured in Solo Novo Magazine.

Remick is a poet, novelist, and former University of Washington Extension instructor, who leads a popular writing group with Bob Ray in Seattle. Remick’s latest novel, “The Book of Changes,” is about a college student’s revolution and rebellion in 1960s Berkeley. The book is part of “The California Quartet” series.

For more information on Remick’s work, visit his website. And to learn more about EPIC Group Writers and free events for writers of all levels, see the EPIC website.

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  1. Looking forward to it! Edmonds Library 01/13 right?

  2. Don’t miss this! Jack Remick never disappoints and always amazes!

  3. A very fine group at this session of EPIC. I hope I laid down a few plot tracks and worked in some rhythm. Rhythm is the heartbeat of fiction. Fiction without rhythm is just writing. Writing fragments if good for the soul, good for the mind, good for any editor who says fragments don’t belong in fiction. Fiction without fragments if pretend art. Don’t let’em tell you any different.
    Ride the mythic wave….

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