Ever wanted to improve your writing? Looking for ways to tell a story for the comic book medium? Greg Pak is set to lead a full-day seminar on the comic writing process on July 13, 2019.

In this Master Seminar, Pak will spend the full-day session guiding new and experienced writers through the steps of his carefully-honed writing process while helping them to develop their own. Using tools and insights refined over the course of his career, Pak will reveal practical storytelling principles and problem-solving techniques that students can start using right away in their own work.

Pak reflects, “During my fifteen year comics career, I’ve written or co-written almost five hundred individual comic book scripts. In the last six months alone, I’ve turned in about forty scripts, which even I have a little trouble wrapping my head around. Every writer has a different, equally valid process. But this will be an introduction to one working comic book writer’s methods for turning hundreds of loopy ideas and dreams into actual scripts.”

The event takes place on July 13th from 10:00 AM until 4:30 PM ET. Online registration is open now and will only set you back $295. This is an online seminar, so you won’t have to travel, which means you are getting all of this information for a steal.

Find out more at The Comics Experience website.

via The Comics Experience

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