I first heard of Brian Henry a number of years ago. I honestly can’t remember where, but I might have been the Sudbury Writers’ Guild. At the time, I had to travel to to attend one of his , and I attended two.
The first focused on the, how it worked, from query, through slush pile, agents, vs. American pub houses, all the eventual way to publication. There were a lot of eye-opening stats that day and it was my first introduction to the world of publishing. At the time, I hadn’t even finished my first draft though, so I knew I wasn’t ready to start sending off letters yet.
The next workshop was on characterization. Different topic, different insights. That trip, I took my mom along for the ride. She went shopping, and I went to the workshop.
Then finally, we got the Quick Brown Fox to come to Sudz 🙂
“Writing and Revising,” offered May 30, 2010 in Sudbury was the third Brian Henry workshop I attended. It was very informative and well worth the nominal fee.
Brian talked about the difference between revision and editing, and the relative time and place for each given your writing process. We shared our stories for a quick and dirty critique, and some of the participants were able to get one on one guidance after the workshop itself was formally over.
Brian has been a book editor, writer, and Ryerson University and George Brown College. He also leads weekly creative writing courses in , Oakville and Burlington and conducts weekend workshops throughout Ontario. He has helped many of his students become published.instructor for more than 25 years. He teaches creative writing at
Check out his Blog: Quick Brown Fox, for more information on his workshops, contests, calls for submissions, student writing, publishing and agent news. is one of the most popular blogs for writers in Canada.
Have you participated in a Brian Henry workshop or writing course? Or maybe you have someone like Brian in your area of the world?