On July 20, I’ll be giving a short talk on the basics of creative research, based on the findings of some of the studies I’ve talked about here, to a creative writing Meetup group I started a few weeks ago. I decided to post it here too in case there is any interest. The event will take place on Zoom at 7 p.m. Eastern. The information in this talk will be of interest to both creative writers and librarians looking to learn more about creative research.
If you’re interested, click the link to register below and I’ll send you the Zoom link the day of the event. The talk is free and you do not need to join the Meetup group to participate.
Basics of Creative Research
Date: Tuesday, July 20
Time: 7 p.m. Eastern
Location: Zoom (link will be sent the day of the event)
Description: A talk about some research basics based on a study of popular and academic writing books as well as published author interviews. What types of research do published authors talk about most? What recommendations do they give for going about the research process? What advice do they have for using research as part of a creative work? The talk will last about 30 minutes with time afterward for Q&A.