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What is the best way to open your story and create an immediate narrative pull? What makes a reader want to know what happens next? Through discussion, reading, and a short writing exercise, Gail Tsukiyama will explore how to pull the reader in, keep them hooked, and lay down the foundation of what’s to come.
Recorded live as part of the Litquake festival, at the American Bookbinders Museum in San Francisco
The science is unequivocal: Earth is getting hotter, endangering human civilization as well as myriad species of plants and animals. But individuals, businesses, cities and states can still take action to ensure a future for our children and grandchildren. Former Sierra Club president Carl Pope ("Climate of Hope: How Cities, Businesses and Citizens Can Save the Planet") and award-winning journalist Mark Hertsgaard ("Hot: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth") discuss.