Good Storytelling: How To Do It – with Mark Dickenson
August 21 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Have a story stuck in your head? Mark Dickenson discusses ways of getting it out, with tips on structure, character, archetypes and other crafty tools for aspiring and emerging writers. Writing a good story requires more than just your brilliant idea – these tips and insights will help make your story truly soar.
This workshop would suit aspiring writers, both local and visiting.
Mark Dickenson has been teaching storytelling in Daylesford for almost seven years, and learning about storytelling for almost fifty years. He studied Professional Screenwriting at RMIT, worked as a storyliner on Neighbours, and has had his short films screened at festivals in San Francisco, Houston, St Kilda, Sydney Fringe and many more. He has also written plays, comic strips, songs, and he is currently wrapping up his first novel.