In this workshop, we will explore what makes a compelling and memorable character in fiction. What do we mean when we talk about ‘round’ vs ‘flat’ characters? How do we make our characters feel alive on the page? Even minor ones? Through writing exercises and close reading, we will explore these issues and improve your work by delving deeply into the key to all good fiction: character.
- When: Sunday 12 November, 10am-4pm
- Where: Online
- With: Luke Horton
About the Tutor
Luke Horton’s writing has appeared in various publications, and his debut novel, The Fogging, was highly commended for the 2019 Victorian Premier’s Award for an Unpublished Manuscript. Published by Scribe Publications, The Fogging was included in the Guardian’s ‘Twenty best Australian books of 2020’. The former editor of The Lifted Brow Review of Books, he currently teaches creative writing at RMIT, and is working on a second novel, due in 2024.