The first of two half-day workshops on building narrative tension, pressure and momentum in stories. Many new writers believe a racy plot is the only way to increase narrative urgency - but in this workshop, award-winning novelist Charlotte Wood shows how paying structural attention to a story's setting, style, rhythm and other elements can help create a tense and compelling narrative.
Suitable for: fiction writers of any genre, narrative non-fiction writers, anyone interested in the structure of storytelling.
Where: Workshops are held in Crows Nest, Sydney - details provided on booking. Please note that access to the venue is via stairs with no lift.