Scene Structure: Key Elements in the Building Blocks of Your Story– Spring 2022

The scene is the basic building block of any story, but what makes a great scene? Delve into the key elements that go into writing great scenes—stage setup, characters and their motives, large and small action, dialogue, and point of view—all working together toward an exciting scene climax. Using examples from popular works of fiction, we’ll break scenes down into their parts, examine what works, and put them back together again.

Laurie Calkhoven is the author of more than 50 books for young readers, ranging from award-winning early readers to middle grade and YA novels. Prior to becoming a full-time writer, she spent 20 years in book publishing, most recently as Executive Editor in the Scholastic Book Clubs.

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Start Date
Saturday, April 30th
Note
One-time
Duration
April 30th - April 30th
Time
10:30am - 12:30pm
Cost
$35
Instructor

Laurie Calkhoven

Venue
Online

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