Your Inner Child, An Exercise in Narrative Distance

May 31, 2020

Schedule: Sunday, 10-10:45am

Instructor: Sarah Hammond

Registration Deadline: N/A

Description

What is narrative distance? Often defined as the distance between the narrator of a story and its characters, it establishes the point of view accessed by a reader and structures the authorial voice of every genre. Explore the power of narrative distance and consider how it impacts possibilities and limitations in your writing.

Level Beginner and above

Class Size open to all retreat participants

Instructor Sarah Hammond

FREE

Instructor

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Sarah Hammond

Sarah Hammond is an international author for young people and has published for both teens and younger readers. For almost a decade she worked as a lawyer in London. Her first teen book, The Night Sky in My Head was published by OUP and was shortlisted for the Calderdale Children's Book of the Year Award, the Leeds Book Award (14-16 category), the James Reckitt Hull Children's Book Award and the Angus Book Award.…Read More

Sarah Hammond is an international author for young people and has published for both teens and younger readers. For almost a decade she worked as a lawyer in London. Her first teen book, The Night Sky in My Head was published by OUP and was shortlisted for the Calderdale Children’s Book of the Year Award, the Leeds Book Award (14-16 category), the James Reckitt Hull Children’s Book Award and the Angus Book Award. Her first picture book, Mine!, was published by Paragon. Sarah runs workshops and competitions, mentors students, and presents at conferences and universities.

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Workshops

Your Inner Child: an Exercise in Narrative Distance – Writing Retreat

Workshop ID 20R150-W06 Catalog