Person and place: Character and world building
1:30pm to 3:00pm
Young adults, Adults, Seniors
For fiction and non-fiction, characters are the pillars of a good story. Through discussion and writing exercises, we explore where literature and psychology converge. Drawing from Joseph Campbell, and other theorists, you will examine how transformation and character arcs drive a story.
Bookings are essential. Email the event title, your name and contact phone number to CarindaleLibrary.Events@brisbane.qld.gov.au or phone Carindale Library on 3407 1490 to secure your place.
There are a limited number of tickets available to join Lauren Elise Daniels live at Carindale Library for this event. When the in-person event is fully booked – we’ve got you covered with the online Zoom session.
Bookings required. Phone Carindale Library on 07 3407 1490 to reserve your place.
Carindale Library, Westfield Carindale, 1151 Creek Road (near Millennium Boulevard), Carindale
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