Water Stories. Writing workshop with Natalie Sprite July 30-Sept 3

Over six sessions, we will write a complete story from beginning to end.
Each week will include exercises to take you from dreaming and playing, to planning and outlining, through to
writing a complete first draft of your short story.

The course will also help writers writing a larger work, such as a memoir or novel, to develop structure and motivation.

Each session will focus on an aspect of the writing craft including:
– Character and plot and how they intersect
– Dialogue that reveals character
– Point of view, tense, plot and structure:
– The art of seeing. Finding wonder in the everyday and bringing that into your writing life.
– Publication: sharing your work with the world

Macleay Island Progress Hall. Mondays 9.30am-12pm, July 30 to September 3.

These workshops are hands-on. Come prepared to write.

Suitable for both beginners and experienced writers.

$145/$115 for all six sessions. Bookings: https://www.trybooking.com/WVCE

“I am so grateful for Natalie’s workshops.  I found them incredibly helpful and instructive.  She taught us some great tools for creating a story that I have continued to use and, through these, she gave me the belief that I could write. Receiving tips for writing from an expert was the aim of the workshops obviously but the overriding memory I have from all of them was one of huge fun and great energy.  If you have the chance to go to a workshop with Natalie, please go and give your soul a real tonic; learn whilst being uplifted.” Emma Nyman, Ubud

“Natalie’s writing workshops are infused with her enthusiasm and joy for writing. She offers students a range of ways to approach writing that allows them to go deep. Her workshops provide a fun and safe space to explore writing regardless of experience. I highly recommend them!” Julie U’Ren, Darwin