Stirring the Plot: Taking Your Plot Across Genres

2024 April | Members Only

WHEN: April 1, 2024 – April 15, 2024 via GroupsIO

Course Description:

Do you imagine your story as a single sentence or as a series of sentences? Do you find yourself telling someone about your story, only to have them tell you, “That’s not the kind of thing I’m looking for”? Here’s how to work your story and your plotlines, shifting them as you need to for that agent, editor, or even reader to sit up and take notice. Through a series of exercises, this workshop tells you how to identify your story’s strongest plot points and how to start shifting its elements so you understand exactly how your story comes across to your audience and how you can strengthen it.  

About the Instructor:

Elizabeth (Eilis) Flynn is an author and an editor. She’s written and edited fiction: comic books, graphic novellas, novels, short stories, contemporary romance and fantasy. She’s written and edited nonfiction: finance, tech, folklore, and anthropology (which was her major). She can be found at (for the editing) and at (for her writing)