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Introduction to Genre (Hybrid)

Age Group
For adults


Staff Story Center
Story Center Event
Registration Required


Learn from MCPL Readers' Advisory Liaison Angela Strathman about genre from the writer’s point of view. Explore formulas, common conventions, and reader expectations—including subgenre, themes, and tropes—and some resources to get you started. This class is part of the Written Storytelling Certificate Program. Please note: This program will take place both in person in The Story Center historic home and virtually via Zoom. Please make sure to choose your format and register the number of guests in your party. Space is limited.


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