Plotting Your Novel: a workshop for adults with Alan Bilton
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Saturday 4 November, 10.30-12.30
Join Alan Bilton for a free creative writing workshop at the Dylan Thomas Centre.
You may have a great idea for a book – but how do you turn it into a 200-page novel? This hands-on workshop looks at how to plot and structure a novel, from how to shape a narrative, to issues of rhythm, pace, and drama. It explores the best ways of mapping out a long piece of fiction and explores the elements that will keep your readers turning the page.
Free. Book now!
Alan Bilton is the author of three novels – The Sleepwalkers’ Ball, The Known and Unknown Sea, and The End of The Yellow House, as well as a collection of short stories (Anywhere Out of the World) and books on silent film, contemporary fiction, and the 1920s. He teaches Creative Writing. literature and film at Swansea University.
Supported by Fusion and by Literature Wales.
Free. Please book at https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/booking/init/EMDEMHH.
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