Anti-heroes and Villains

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No suspense story is complete without a villain to love and hate. So how do you create one for your readers? Through interactive activities and writing games, T.M. Clark will show you how to make your hero or villain compelling, while keeping both your readers and you as a writer interested in your story. 

This workshop is fully supervised, with all equipment and materials supplied. Different age groups and learning styles are catered for by our highly-experienced facilitators.

Please download our workshop information guide for parents and carers here.

T.M. Clark is a bestselling author, who combines her passion for storytelling, different cultures and wildlife with her love for the wild in her multicultural books. Writing for adults and children, she has been nominated for a Queensland Literary award, and is a Children’s Book Council Notable. She’s passionate about literacy. 


At State Library, we champion readers and writers and foster a love of ideas. We’re committed to developing reading and writing as core skills for everyone.

This workshop is presented by Queensland Writers Centre and State Library of Queensland.

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