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Creative Writing: Concept Mapping

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Concept mapping allows you to burrow down into the meaning behind your work, create a word palette and support your thematic architecture.

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Week 10 -Event Contents:

Concept Mapping

Concept mapping is a tool used to burrow down into the meaning of your work. Drill down deep enough and the surface concepts of your work intertwine and coalesce into one meaning. This helps you identify the underlying theme of your work, create a word palette for your writing and build support for any thematic architecture you plan on implementing. This is a great tool for getting your head around a project and finding purpose in a given work.

Week 1: Introduction, Rules & PURPOSE

Week 2: What is a Novel & Genre

Week 3: Metrics, Motivation, Productivity, and Constraint

Week 4: Plot

Week 5: Character

Week 6: Defamiliarization & NLP

Week 7: Dialogue

Week 8: World Building

Week 9: Language Building

Week 10: Concept Mapping

Week 11: Narrative Positioning & Description over Exposition

Week 12: Suspense, Tension, Hooks & Cliffhangers, LOCK & SCAMPER


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Organiser Iain McKinnon

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Iain McKinnon is a graduate of the Edinburgh Napier Creative Writing Masters Degree. He currently has 5 novels in print with American publisher Permuted Press. Iain runs a number of workshops most notably a creative writers program in association with Dyslexia Scotland.

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