Learn to structure your stories so that you can craft fantastic fiction without losing the plot.
A half-day online masterclass focusing on story structure
Sunday 6th Dec 2020 10am-2pm
£55 (Confident income) /45 (Lower income) /35 (Student/uncertain income)
In this creative writing workshop, we’ll examine traditional story structures, including the hero’s journey and three act structure. You’ll be given space to explore how to apply these to your own work. You’ll find out how to enjoy plotting, playing with structure and how to use it to build tension, to engage, surprise and delight your readers.
This day is ideal if you:
* are totally terrified of plotting.
* want to get to grips with the shape of your stories.
* are keen to work on fiction or memoir.
* want to understand how you can use narrative structure as a supportive tool.
* are excited about getting new (or old!) stories plotted and ready to write.
There will be time for writing built into the day, as well as opportunities to collaborate, share and enjoy new each other’s work.
Writers at all stages of their journey are welcome. Suitable for new writers as well as those with novels to their names.
“Thank you so much for the workshop this morning, it felt really nourishing and exciting to be able to engage with WriteClub.” (Katie)
“Write Club really helped me to feel confident and engaged in my writing again. Ali provides a welcoming and safe space to deeply explore your writing blocks and help you to get back on your feet.” (YM)
“WriteClub is a powerful force for creativity, positivity, and community. Every session is clearly structured, but within that structure is loads of freedom to explore the given topic. Alison has a knack for asking questions that invite new answers, and I leave every WriteClub meet with new insights into my characters and myself.” (Kate)
About your workshop facilitator:
Alison Powell supports new and established writers with their creative work. She established WriteClub in 2016 and has since run regular workshops on all aspects of the writing craft. She is an award winning writer, published in various anthologies and magazines and holds an MA in Creative Writing from Bath Spa. She is a member of the Hay Festival Writers at Work Programme and is also a producer for Paper Nations at Bath Spa. She is also an INLPTA certified Master Practitioner of NLP and coaching.
She believes that everyone has the right to express themselves in writing and runs all her sessions with a positive approach. Her passion for poetry and story along with her enthusiasm for helping people find the best in themselves are reflected in her lively and open presentation style. She will do her very best to ensure that you find the support you need to make your writing work.