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At the five days of Imagination: A Writers' Workshop and Conference, authors, playwrights, and poets give advice to fledgling wordsmiths. "I don't care what gender you are or how tall you are," says coordinator Neal Chandler. "What you need to bring is a love of writing, a love of language." The program includes lectures, workshops, and readings by playwright Sarah Morton, historical-fiction writer James Alexander Thom, and Ohio Poet of the Year Susan Grimm. "It's all about writing on the edge of invention — looking at image, looking at dialogue," says Chandler. "It's about using your environment."
Wed., July 12, 9 a.m.-8 p.m.

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