Gaiman and Pratchett. King and Straub. Niven and Pournelle. Just a few examples of creative pairings that have produced exceptional works of fantasy and science fiction.
But just how do fiction collaborations work? What does it take to successfully co-write in the first place? What are the benefits and challenges? How do you find a co-writer? And more importantly, should you?
Join us for a lively discussion featuring Meredith Powell Carroll and Karen Craft (The Kingdom Next to Fid) and Marcos Donnelly and Ted Wenskus (The Mostly Weird Chronicles of Steffan McFessel) as they share their co-writing experiences, tips, tricks, exercises, and coping devices in creating fantastic stories born of two minds.
It all happens at the Pittsford Barnes & Noble in the upstairs community room on June 7 at 7:00 p.m. See you there!
Presenters: Meredith Powell Carroll, Karen Craft, Marcos Donnelly, and Ted Wenskus
Location: Barnes & Noble, Pittsford
Meeting Time: June 7, 2016 from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.