We’ve all been storytellers long before we even knew it. Narrating in between conversations, enacting with hands. Whether it was huddling around Dadi at night, when the lights went off. Or sitting around a bonfire taking turns to tell spooky stories.
If narrating could be so much fun, imagine how exciting it'd be to learn how to write it.
Short stories let you be anyone. A lover with regrets, a family without hope. A dog that can talk or a fish that can fly.
You can be a murderer telling us where you got all your souvenirs. Or a traveler confessing where you hid all the bodies.
You could be you. You could be anyone.
With a life, a family, a home, or no one.
In our first ever exclusive short story writing workshop, you can come as yourself, doing what you do. And walk out being anyone you want to be.
We’ll teach you -
1. The structure of a short story
2. How to build characters
3. How to come up with a plot
4. How to end your story
5. And how to edit it
Why do you need to attend this workshop?
1. Skip the queue of getting published.
2. Get a chance to join the select group of TTT writers, as this will bring you closer to the chance of getting to work with us.
3. Throw yourself into the deep end of writing challenges.
4. If one of the stories written by you in the workshop gets published, you get to be part of a remote internship with us.
5. You'll also a receive a digital certificate saying you attended the workshop.
6. Age has never been a bar to write. So whether you’re 16 or 61, come, we’d love for you to be a part of this.
As you read this, everyone’s running to book their seats. So book yours soon, before they run out. And don’t forget to inform a friend or two.
Nosh Haus, Cochin
Thomas Aykareth Square,
Opposite Metro Pillar No 106,
Companypadi, Thaikkatukara P. O,
Aluva, Cochin, Kerala 683106
23rd February, 2020
10 AM onwards
2 hours 30 mins
- Entry to the workshop will be permitted only if the confirmation mail with order ID (4-digit-number) is shown - no printout required.
- Each entrant gets an official TTT certificate after the workshop via email.
- All pieces submitted at the event will be a property of Terribly Tiny Tales.
- The sponsors/performers/organizers are not responsible for any injury or damage occurring due to the event. Any claims regarding the same would be settled in courts in Mumbai.
- Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. All rights reserved by management and event organizers.
For any issues related to payment, call +91-7742142535 between 11 am and 7 pm.