WRITING INTO THE DARKNESS
“Who knows the Heart of a man and what moves in that darkness.”
James Bridie, Scottish playwright (1888 – 1951)
Bridie worked on several films with Alfred Hitchcock. Hitchcock was the master of high tension, which is often viewed as the ‘engine’ of any narrative. But while it’s important, it is something else that draws us as writers and readers into a story and persuades us to pursue it to the end.
This workshop will encourage writers to explore what is at the heart of their narrative, whether it is fiction or non-fiction, enhancing their own engagement with the text and allowing them to create a narrative that truly engages the reader.