Location Online via Zoom
Time 2 – 4 pm
Cost Members $20 Non-members $30
On Sale 1 January 2021
Stories Are About Change – Structure
We read to understand how others encounter change, so we can better handle changes in our own lives. Story structure can help ensure your writing reflects this and resonates with readers.
In this workshop you will:
- Discover how theme, conflict and character can all benefit from a structural review
- Develop your own writing skills through hands-on exercises and discussion
- Examine your purpose in writing stories and develop your understanding of why writers write
- Create a story reflective of a specific idea and intention
Structure can help you plan, edit, and strengthen your writing. Come along to this workshop to discover how!
‘Please watch with either “Happy Feet”, “Star Wars IV: A New Hope” or “Frozen” in advance of this class.‘
This workshop is for writers at any stage of their writing journey
Presenter – Zena Shapter
Author of ‘Towards White‘ (IFWG 2017) and co-author of ‘Into Tordon‘ (MidnightSun 2016), among others, Zena loves conjuring journeys into the beyond and unusual, sharing original stories and uncommon sights… Because life is magical.
She has won over a dozen national writing competitions, including a Ditmar Award, the Australasian Horror Writers’ Association Prize, and the Glen Miles Short Story Prize.
Zena offered workshops, courses, and writing service at www.zenashapter.com
‘The 2nd Saturday Workshops is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW.’