You will Learn:
- An understanding of how a story's structural integrity is built around a character in conflict;
- The usefulness of studying and integrating the "three arenas" of conflict in fiction, and an entertaining, inclusive approach to integrating 'dark' thematic material into storylines;
- Some keys and prompts to creating fiction which is naturalistic, plausible and compelling
- Utilising interior conflict as a narrative driver to flesh out and develop characterisation
About Cate Kennedy
Cate Kennedy has taught extensively in story structure and craft and has conducted many workshops exploring the elements that make up good fiction, with students at all levels of practice. She currently has a collection of short stories on the Victorian Year 12 syllabus and is a member of the faculty of Pacific University’s low residency Masters in Creative Writing program in Portland, Oregon.
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