Verb Writers’ Group workshop on fixing common sentence faults for creative writers

Many of the writers at the group, which meets on the second Tuesday of the month at the Townsville Writers and Publishers Centre, were interested in how to write dynamic, powerful, vividly realised scenes, using clear sentences. They wanted to know the rules so they could break them. Drawing on my experience marking creative writing at universities in Queensland, I put together some resources on common sentence faults, when they’re ok, and how to fix them when they’re not.

If you’re interested in joining the writers’ group, please e-mail me: a.vanluyn@gmail.com

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