Storyteller: Writing Lessons and More from 27 Years of the Clarion Writers' Workshop (Paperback)
Wilhelm really knows students and knows how to teach them to craft a professional story. "The Oregonian"
Part memoir, part writing manual, "Storyteller" is an affectionate account of how the Clarion Writers Workshop began, what Kate Wilhelm learned, and how she passed a love of the written word on to generations of writers. Includes writing exercises and advice. A Hugo and Locus award winner.
About the Author
Kate Wilhelm is the author of dozens of novels and short-story collections. Among them are the science fiction classic "Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang", the Constance and Charlie mysteries, and "The Good Children." The recipient of many honors--the Prix Apollo, the Hugo Award, three Nebula Awards, and the Kurd Lasswitz Award--Ms. Wilhelm, along with her husband, Damon Knight, received an honorary Doctor of Humanities degree from Michigan State University in recognition of their many years as instructors for the Clarion workshop in Fantasy and Science Fiction. Born in Ohio and raised in Kentucky, Ms. Wilhelm now lives in Eugene, Oregon, her home of many years.