How to Generate Great Titles for Your Work
In this seminar, we’ll discuss why titles matter and dig deeper to determine what makes them strong. No matter what genre you are best at or struggling with, titles are something all of our pieces of work need. A title distinguishes a book, painting, or poem and makes a name for itself. Titles can make or break the success of your art piece, so don’t underestimate its power. In this seminar, we’ll discuss why titles matter and dig deeper to determine what makes them strong. Be sure to bring a piece or two of yours that you’ve been struggling with naming.
What To Bring
All reading materials will be provided by the instructor. Please make sure you have access to Google docs or Word in order to share work. If accommodations are needed, please email the instructor below.
This workshop will take place via Zoom on Sunday, June 6th from 2 to 4 pm MT and again on Sunday, June 27th from 2 to 4 pm MT.
About The Instructor
Violet Mitchell is a Denver-based writer and artist. They earned a B.A S. in cognitive literary studies and are completing an MFA degree in creative writing poetry, both from Regis University. Their work has been published in Heavy Feather Review, The Blue Route, Word for Word, South Broadway Ghost Society, Kind Writers, and several other journals. They received the Robert A. O’Sullivan, S.J. Memorial Award for Excellence in Writing in 2019. Their debut poetry collection can be purchased on Amazon: Of All Stars Most Beautiful.
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Violet Mitchell [they/them/theirs] is a white person with shoulder length blonde hair and blue eyes. They are wearing a light-colored top with a dark jacket, a necklace, and earrings in each ear.