Writing the Supernatural
Summary:What haunts your world? Do you want to give it life in words? In this workshop you will be given the tools to construct a supernatural world and write a short story in a day! We’ll explore the use and subversion of common archetypes, the nature of the hero’s journey, parables and questions of inspiration.
You can find details of how Covid-19 restrictions will affect the workshop here: https://writersvictoria.org.au/about-us/covid-19-information/. You are encouraged to wear a mask in the workshop space. The Wheeler Centre’s policy is that close contacts should not attend the building. If you are a close contact of somebody with Covid-19, or have Covid-19 symptoms yourself, please do not attend; please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a refund in this situation.
You Will Learn:
- how to craft a supernatural world
- about the hero’s journey
- the use and subversion of common archetypes
- how to deal with questions of inspiration
- the building blocks to write a short parable or story
About the Tutor:
Hoa Pham is the author of eight books. Her next book, Empathy, is out in October and is about a drug that makes people feel what other feel and the clones that made the drug happen. Her first fantasy novel, Vixen, was about a fox fairy, a woman who took the form of fox. It was awarded the Best Young novelist by the Sydney Morning Herald and shortlisted for the Aurealis Best Fantasy book of the Year.
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