Saturday, 26 March 2016

Prose Workshop: The Author is Three-In-One: Learning how to distance the author from narrator and character with Helen Hagemann @ the Fremantle Arts Centre, Friday, 1st April, 1pm-3pm. 
  Class to read part of Frederick Reiken's essay titled The Author-Narrator-Character Merge from the anthology A Kite in the Wind. As well, writers will have the opportunity to write different POV versions  (exercises) using the idea of psychic distance of the author from narrator and character
Please Note: Class will be conducted in Room 2 (the old large room) upstairs at the Fremantle Arts Centre. 

This workshop acknowledges two authors, Julie Proudfoot and Megan Ward who alerted me to the book A Kite in the Wind and within its pages a valuable essay titled, The Author-Narrator-Character Merge: Why Many First-Time Novelists Wind Up with Flat, Uninteresting Protagonists by Frederick Reiken.


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