Do you have lots of ideas for stories but struggle to find a shape for them? Do you get lost or bogged down when you’re writing and end up with lots of fragments? In this two-day weekend workshop (rescheduled from April) taught by novelist and founder of The Reader Berlin and The Berlin Writing Prize, Victoria Gosling, we will investigate structure, taking a close look at the way a variety of short stories and novels have been built. Participants will leave with a variety of models they can adapt and employ to structure their fiction or non-fiction, as well as a deeper understanding of some of the elements of storytelling.
Find out more on the course page or email firstname.lastname@example.org for booking inquiries. Numbers reduced to 10 and all government Covid19 guidelines will be followed. Hosted by KLAK Verlag on the Paul-Lincke Ufer, Kreuzberg.