Epic Electric: Using Positive & Negative Charges to ELECTRIFY Your Writing
Have you ever had this experience? Someone you know is watching some terrible movie, and you KNOW it’s terrible because you hate THAT kind of movie, but as you linger, you find yourself slowly drawn in? You don't even like this kind of movie, but you have to admit, THIS one is kinda interesting! You're getting drawn in despite yourself. Likely what is happening is that moment by moment, the story, scene, or beats are TURNING, TWITCHING, REVERSING. Learn what this important technique means. How to recognize it. How to master it. Is your scene, short story, book chapter dead, lifeless on the page? Discover the high-voltage secret to bringing it back to life.
For more than twenty years, Tetsuro Shigematsu has been telling stories across an array of media. A former writer for for CBC Television’s This Hour Has 22 Minutes, in 2004, he became the first person-of-colour to host a daily national radio program in Canada when he took over The Roundup on CBC Radio, where he co-wrote and co-produced nearly a thousand hours of network programming. His most recent theatre work, Empire of the Son, sold out its run before it opened and was named the best show of 2015 by the Vancouver Sun and the Georgia Straight and has toured across Canada including the National Arts Centre.