December 6, 2023

Finding Your VIEW: How to leverage points of view

  •  February 28, 2024
     5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Details Price Qty
Registration $38.00 (USD)  

From the intimacy of first-person to the detached all-knowing omniscient narrator, point of view makes an impact on how a reader understands stories.

This course will examine first, second, and third-person points of view as well as omniscient. Through reading examples of each, the group will gain a better understanding of what works, what doesn’t, and why. Through imagery and writing prompts, participants will have an opportunity to tell the same story from a variety of viewpoints.

Point of view is a powerful tool for a writer to pull in their audience — showcase a multitude of thoughts or the deepest secrets of a character. We will leverage pronouns, emotions, and language to tell a unique story. There is no wrong way to showcase a narrative, but one can be intentional. This class will help you assess the deepest core of that story — the viewpoint.

Come ready to write, share, and leave with a fresh take on how we interpret the world around us.

Registration Includes

• 1 hour instruction and discussion around narrative view points and how to craft them
• 1 hour of writing to a prompt that includes editing time with peers
• Follow up line edits up to 1,000 words of prose with editorial letter

You should bring…

A laptop or notebook (depending on the preference for writing)

Best for Ages…

18 and older

Skill Level

This class is for anyone

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1917 W Superior St, Duluth Folk School Library, Duluth, Minnesota, 55806, United States


The Library is upstairs in the Duluth Folk School/Dovetail Cafe building.

Duluth Folk School Library Classroom

Note: The Library is up one flight of stairs, and we do not have an elevator.


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1917 W Superior St
Duluth, MN 55806

Duluth Folk School
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