Julie Koh – Structuring Short Stories
Learn how to utilise form and structure in your short stories
Julie Koh is the author of Capital Misfits and Portable Curiosities. The latter was shortlisted for several awards and led to Julie being named a 2017 Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Australian Novelist. Her short stories have been published widely, including in the Best Australian Stories and Best Australian Comedy Writing. She has written radio plays for ABC Radio National and the libretto for the opera Chop Chef. She was a judge for the 2018 Stella Prize.
Join Julie Koh, one of Australia’s best short story writers, in this unique writing course all about form and structure in short fiction.
When it comes to structuring short stories, a high level of precision is required. This workshop is designed to assist beginners who are starting to think about structure in short fiction, as well as emerging writers who want to diagnose and rectify structural issues in their drafts. Participants will engage in a series of writing exercises that will enhance their confidence in creating stories that make readers eager for more.
- A number of theories about what makes a good story
- Techniques for structuring your stories
- Methods for identifying and fixing structural issues
- How to apply these theories and techniques to your own work
- How to develop your own formula for approaching a short story
Here’s what you’ll get:
- A Good Story, Well-Told
- The Toolbox
- Finding Your Formula
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