Creating a story’s plot can often be a complicated mess of thoughts and ideas that don’t always come together well.
In this course with A.R. Levett, you will work through these obstacles by establishing the 26 different elements needed for plotting an organic story so every element links together to convey an effective narrative.
You will discover when and where to establish each component, how to play them out during the story, and how to tie them up by the story’s end. The result will be the development of a comprehensive story plan from which you can write your story.
Course Code: 417
Time: 9.30am – 4:45pm
Dates: Monday 10th – Friday 14th Jan
Suitable For: Beginners, Intermediate, Advanced
A.R. Levett B.A., B.Cmm.(Hons) is an award-winning, emerging WA author. He has had multiple poems and short stories published in a variety of local and international publications, such as Creatrix and The Writing Magazine.
His Story Mentoring services help writers hone their skills and turn their ideas into engaging stories. He has taught at Edith Cowan University and the Albany Summer School, served on the Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers’ Centre board of management, and runs regular creative writing classes at the Fellowship of Writers WA. He is writing a speculative-fiction series.