For imparting morals through storytelling, a literary genre has proven itself effective since ancient times: the good old fable. These succinct, fantastic, and memorable stories shape our moral tradition as they're told and passed on in different mediums. And while it's too late for us to become part of ancient folk literature, we can still take advantage of fables to impart practical truths that will uplift others.
How to Write Fables is a course as quick and practical as the genre. You'll be guided through a speedy, methodical approach in transforming a moral lesson into a simple yet entertaining story form. You'll also see a few examples of how you could publish your own fables.
This course requires no prior writing training or experience—just an eagerness to teach through story.
How to Write Fables is taught by Dr. Joem Antonio. A published children's book author, he has a Ph.D. in Creative Writing from UP Diliman and is an eight-time Palanca Award winner. He's also the Program Director of the MA Humanities program at the University of Asia and the Pacific.
December 11, 2018 (Tuesday), 1:00PM-4:00PM
₱1,200 (₱1,000 if paid on or before Dec. 10)*
*Minors, full-time students, employed or licensed teachers, homeschooling parents, persons with disabilities, and senior citizens are automatically given a 20% scholarship after presenting documents as proof.