ONLINE Where’s the Action? A Workshop on Narrative Pace, Architecture, and Transitions

ONLINE Where’s the Action? A Workshop on Narrative Pace, Architecture, and Transitions

Katie Bickell
Tuesday
7-9pm MST
March 1, 2022
Member Price: $35
Non-member Price: $45

Many editors will tell you that good writing comes down to good transitions. So, how does a writer lead readers through a narrative in a way that is compelling, organized, and smooth? In this workshop, participants will explore tried-and-true ways to structure story, speed and decrease pace, and ensure flow when knotting a story together, scene by scene.

This is an interactive online class using the Zoom web platform.

Katie Bickell is the author of the novel-told-in-short-stories, Always Brave, Sometimes Kind. The book won the Alberta Literary Award’s 2021 Georges Bugnet Award for Fiction and was shortlisted for the national ReLit Award for Novel. Earlier versions of the book’s chapters won the 2017 Writer’s Guild of Alberta’s Emerging Writer Award, the 2015 Howard O’Hagan Award for Short Story, and the 2014 Alberta Views Fiction Contest. Katie lives in Sherwood Park, Alberta, with her husband and daughters.

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Level: All Levels Course Type: Fiction Genre: All Genres Event: Course

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