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The Creativity of a Narrative Arc

Join Gemini Ink for a Master Class with Ivelisse Rodriguez. Outlining and creativity are often seen as diametrical, but in writing a story, creativity isn’t enough, there has to be a certain structure in place to hold your story up. In this workshop, learn how to use the traditional narrative arc to outline and write stories. Gemini Ink will also help to identify key points integral to story making, such as the conflict, the climax, and the rising action. In doing so, you will learn to outline stories while also maintaining creativity.

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  • Gemini Ink

    1111 Navarro St., San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 734-9673

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