Whether you’re writing for NaNoWriMo or just working on your own terms, having a functional understanding of traditional plot structure can be seriously helpful when you’re trying to bring some order to your ideas. This post can help you visualize when what is supposed to happen where, and includes some links to structural wisdom from writer Ingrid Sundberg on traditional, and non-traditional story structure.
Regardless of whether Orson Card is one of your favorite writers (or human beings), he had a very tidy idea about the nature of stories and how to build them.
The Poedown dates, times, and locations this year are:
Dahlonega — October 24th, 7pm to 9pm, in the Great Room, Hoag building.
Gainesville — October 26th, 6pm to 9pm, inside Nesbitt, room 3110A
Submit your poems, short stories, essays, creative nonfic, and one-act plays to be published in The Chestatee Review 2018. Deadline is November first.
Attention all UNG students!!
Take a look at our times and locations for a good time on campus (Tuesday and Thursday).
Here you’ll find all the info you need to get involved with The Chestatee Review. Making this magazine is fun, it’s productive, and it’s all ours. So get into it!
Today, I’m sharing some notes I have taken from Joanna Penn’s The Creative Penn podcast. The knowledge Penn and her guests impart is very specific and highly useful.
Finding professional success takes effort, skill, and lots of persistence, and doing it all by your lonesome takes even more of all that. Just ask a successful self-published novelist.