"Lost time is never found again"(Franklin).....or is it? Time plays not only a structural role in a story, but an aesthetic role as well. In this workshop with expert Abigail Kirby, explore the most memorable time travel stories and learn the ways storytellers have been able to transport characters and audiences across time through various plot devices and structural choices.
Readers and writers alike will leave this workshop with a new appreciation for what goes into making the genre of time travel tick!
Abigail Kirby holds a Masters in Media and Cinema Communications. Her research thesis titled "The Fan/Producer Duality in Micro Fandoms: Examinations of Collaboration, Creation, and Capital" focused on fans as the co-creators of new texts. Much of her other research focuses on the analysis of popular culture and fandom studies.
Abigail has taught writing classes in conjunction with Northwestern University since 2016 and is currently a writer and editor for The Daily Fandom.
All of our workshops are held over Zoom.
You will receive an email 30 minutes before the workshop begins with the link to join the Zoom meeting. We highly recommend you to create a Zoom account prior to class.
If you do not see the Zoom link in your inbox 30 minutes before the workshop, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM / JUNK MAIL!
For answers to more FAQ, please click here.