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talk about building a loose plot, and scene conflict - critiques

Conflict in a scene can from opposing characters or from within one of the characters as they find themselves in a "situation." We also need to have some idea where our story will end. Critiques continue.

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  • Mia L.

    I would've liked more discussion of plotting, but the critquing gets better and better more and more useful with every session. Learning to critique and be critiqued.

    September 9, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    An excellent format set up and guided by the organizer.

    September 9, 2012

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