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Friday, April 5 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
3B: 10 Takeaways for Authors Writing Historical Fiction
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Writing historical fiction is not a straight-forward affair. The most successful novels immerse readers in a world entirely unlike their own and do so in a way that feels believable to the reader. It's a careful balance of fact and fiction, which results from deep research into eras of the past and wrangling information such as fashion, speech, transportation, food and so much more. This session will present writers with ten takeaways from a deeply experienced historical novelist, to help you research, plot and write your historical novels.

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Crystal King

Author, THE CHEF'S SECRET
Crystal King is the author of The Chef's Secret and Feast of Sorrow, which was long-listed for the Center of Fiction's First Novel Prize. Her writing is fueled by a love of history and a passion for the food, language, and culture of Italy. She has taught classes in writing, creativity... Read More →


Friday April 5, 2019 2:15pm - 3:15pm EDT
Stuart Room - 4th Floor