Maybe you’ve heard other writers rave about using Scrivener but are reluctant to learn new software? More than a word processor, Scrivener is a writing environment that brings every element of your project together in one place: drafts, revisions, concepts, index cards, outlines, research, web links, photos, and media. It is designed for any kind of project: manuscript, short story, poetry, blog, presentation, screenplay, textbook…whatever.
This two-part workshop will teach you all the basic features, and then graduate you onto a survey of intermediate and advanced features. Each workshop is a stand alone lesson, so take one or both.
Scrivener Basics (workshop 1) will focus on importing your existing material.
Scrivener Intermediate (workshop 2) will show you how to work with your material using best practices, tips & tricks, and how to export for submission and publishing.
The workshops are a week apart so you can apply, practice, and play with what you’ve learned. But, each workshop is a stand alone lesson so you can attend one, two, or none. The choice is yours!
For an overview of Scrivener and to see the possibilities in your own practice, watch this short video: Scrivener’s Core Concepts
Class# S214f20 – Scrivener Basic
Online via ZOOM
10am to 12:30pm
Saturday, October 10
For more information, please call 203.227.3250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org