What is the structure of a narrative, its form, but a way of arranging and rearranging time – of deciding what to divulge when? And is it possible to talk about structure without talking about beginnings — where you begin in time and space in the story and what bearing that has on the overall effect? Begin at the beginning and go on till you come to the end: then stop, said the King to the White Rabbit in Alice in Wonderland. But it’s not so simple is it? This workshop will include a writing exercise or two to illuminate the different ways a single narrative can move through time, including ways of varying pacing and momentum. There will be diagrams!