Sink into the easy Texas drawl of celebrated Western novelist Elmer Kelton, the son of a Texas cowboy and a five-time Spur award winner. In this live workshop recording he'll share insights about writing in a genre that doesn't always receive the respect it's due. Kelton discusses literary prejudice against Westerns, suggests ways to find a fresh slant and create unusual characters, and reviews trail drive novels. Some of his over 2 dozen novels are: The Day the Cowboys Quit, The Time it Never Rained, and Eyes of the Hawk.More
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Excellent source, well recorded.
yes, although it would be helpful to have printed one (or e-print) at hand as the lesson (the speech) progresses.
When Kelton speaks about characters.
Clarity. Sense of humour.
Another wonderful experience
- Salt Lake Joan