Writing a compelling story or novel isn’t just about mastering the 3-act structure.
This downloadable workshop will look at different approaches to creating story, and ways in which the writing process can flow into several kinds of patterns that relate to the number three.
Taught by master teacher and mentor Carolyn Cooke, who teaches in the MFA program at California Institute of Integral Studies. the workshop examines the 3-act structure, touches on Aristotle’s theories, the tryptich, and more!
Carolyn Cooke is the author of Daughters of the Revolution, and two collections of short stories, The Bostons, and Amor and Psycho. She’s the winner of the PEN/Robert Bingham Award and a finalist for the PEN/Hemingway Award. He fiction and nonfiction have been published in Best American Short Stories, The Nation, The O. Henry Prize Stories and The Paris Review.