Short Story Method and Art

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Alec Patric

Alec Patric
25 January 2019 - 10:00 to 4:00 PM
A.S. Patric
This workshop will take writers through and study of the craft and technique essential for writing unique and vital short stories. Explore character development, narrative function, voice and tone, ideas and aesthetics specific to short stories, with a focus on how to deploy these skills practically. Our discussion will be warm and inclusive, exploring a range of genres and styles but always with a focus on the art of fiction.

You will learn

  • A method for developing literary craft and a functional writing process.
  • An understanding of the narrative dynamics that create compelling short stories.
  • A better idea of how to develop characters with integrated, integral narratives.
  • Understanding the scope and functions of short narratives.
  • Practical knowledge of Australian literary market for local short story writers.

About A.S. Patric

A.S. Patric's debut novel won the 2016 Miles Franklin, but before 'Black Rock White City' won Australia’s most prestigious award, he published two story collections: 'Las Vegas for Vegans' (shortlisted in the 2013 Queensland Literary Awards) and 'The Rattler & other stories'. His stories individually are winners of the Ned Kelly Award and the Booranga Prize and twice published in 'Best Australian Stories'. In November 2018 he published his third collection, 'The Butcherbird Stories'.

Event registration fee
Concession member $ 135.00
Member $ 145.00
Non-member $ 195.00

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