Fiction: The architecture of time
Building a novel or story is in many ways like building a three-dimensional object (plus spacetime). The story must be spacious enough, but detailed enough, to allow its readers to exist inside it. How can a novel be structured in a way that allows both freedom (that the novel is alive) and art (that the author is engaged in the discipline of creation)? How can the writer slow time down or speed it up? In what way can the novel or story break form, and reveal something more fundamental about the work?
Comprised of writing time and workshopping.