Creating imaginary languages and words in fantasy for children and young people


Creating languages and words is one of the most fun parts of writing fantasy. Careful, though! Incomprehensible gobbledygook can really put off readers, especially younger readers, but properly used, exotic names and fragments of other languages can really add to the rich and convincing texture of your book’s world. Here’s some tips based on my own experience.

“Aspects of Love” Stories from Germany’s The Brothers Grimm to Australia’s Tim Winton

Australian Storytelling Guild (NSW) Inc proudly presents

“Aspects of Love”
Stories from Germany’s The Brothers Grimm to Australia’s Tim Winton

Featuring the Inspirational Storyteller, Jonathan Drew with Members of the Sydney Storytellers 

Venue:     
The Hughenden Boutique Hotel
14 Queen St,Paddington,

Date:       
Sunday 15th June 08

Time:      
 2 pm- 4 p.m.

Cost:        
$12 (includes delicious Devonshire tea). 
Pay at door Come and Listen!Come and Tell!
Open microphone section
New Storytellers invited
ALL WELCOME
Free parking in Centennial Park