Workshop: WORLD-MAKING FOR THE WRITING IN FICTION

Workshop: WORLD-MAKING FOR THE WRITING IN FICTION
Elizabeth Knox is one of New Zealand's leading writers. She is the author of ten novels, including the critically acclaimed and award-winning The Vintner's Luck. This workshop aims to offer writers some strategies for the creation of whole, real-seeming worlds in long fiction, through the collaborative construction of a single fictional situation—a premise, plot, setting, and a cast of characters. The workshop is open to aspirant writers looking to better build real-seeming worlds in long fiction. Book two tickets to any ANZ Festival event and use the checkout code "BRIT" to receive a 2-4-1 discount on your booking. *The offer excludes workshops and Festival events hosted outside of King's College London. Book online at www.ausnzfestival.com or via the Festival Box Office on 020 7692 8780. You can purchase Day & Weekend passes for the main Festival weekend (Saturday 30 May & Sunday 31 May) and see a lot more events for less. Only £35 for a full day pass (excluding workshops) and £60 for the whole weekend!
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Time & Date

Saturday, 30 May 2015, 01:00 PM - Wednesday, 30 November -0001, 12:00 AM

Location

King's College, Strand, London, WC2R 2LS, United Kingdom

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Cost

£20