From the NHWP's website:
Novelists often get tripped up when devising a plot. Another pitfall is finding a voice. Then there's point of view. Ernest Hebert says forget about plot, story, voice, and point of view. Start with character and everything else will fall into place. Hebert will show you how, including an exercise that will help you find enough characters to last through a long career. Open to all. REGISTER NOW.This is a great opportunity to learn from a wonderful author and writing instructor - don't miss out!