As writers, we’re often told the narrative must play fair with the reader. But what if you’ve created a point of view character who is downright unreliable? What’s the best way to incorporate such a character? And how do you make your unreliable narrator empathetic enough that the reader comes back for more? With the rise in popularity of psychological thrillers like Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train in mind, this workshop will explore those questions and experiment with ways to put a new spin on a technique that’s been around since the dawn of ancient Greek comedy in 423 BC.