Writing for a viewer and writing for a reader are different. In this workshop, we will talk about how to take the story you want to tell and structuring it for the screen. We will address the screenwriting process as well as the differences between screenwriting and writing for the page. This workshop will provide a new perspective and can be useful for writers of both fiction and nonfiction.

For close to a decade, Kyla Carter has been writing true crime, reality and historical television scripts for networks such as Oxygen, Investigation Discovery and Reelz. She has written for series including as Snapped and Sins and Secrets. She is also a published writer of fiction, a teacher of creative writing and an editor. A native of East Tennessee and an alumnus of the MFA program at Arizona State University and the University of Montana, Kyla currently lives in Knoxville, Tennessee with her family.

To help maintain social distancing guidelines and ensure the safety of our members and presenters, KWG will be moving our workshops to an online format.
Online KWG Workshops are $30 for non-members, $20 for members and $10 for student members. Log in to take advantage of the reduced rates.
Pre-registration is strongly encouraged and closes at midnight on the Thursday prior to the event to enable our presenters to prepare and send you the login information. Help your presenters plan more effective programs by pre-registering. Check payments must be received by one week before the workshop (Knoxville Writers Guild. P.O. Box 10326 Knoxville TN 37939-0326). 
  • Kyla Carter
    October 24, 2020
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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