Yesterday evening I spent a couple of hours working with the students of City University's collected Creative Writing MA courses. It's a two-year MA, structured round writing a complete project - novel, non-fiction or script, and my talk was called "Who's Telling the Story? Voice, viewpoint and narrative in fiction and creative non-fiction", and in the course of it, several blog posts were mentioned: I promised I'd post the links when I got a moment.
So, here they are, and if anyone who was there can remember one I've forgotten, then do mention it in the comments, and I'll dig it out.
HOW TO TELL AND STILL SHOW
TEN WAYS TO MOVE POINT-OF-VIEW (and don't let the self-appointed experts tell you otherwise)
PAST AND PRESENT TENSE: which, why, when and how
MOVING FROM ONE SCENE TO THE NEXT
UNDERSTANDING POINT-OF-VIEW AND CIRCLES OF CONSCIOUSNESS
FILTERING, SCAFFOLDING & HOW TO PERFORM AN EXPLAIN-ECTOMY
NARRATORS & POINT-OF-VIEW: the basics
NARRATORS & POINT-OF-VIEW: internal narrators
NARRATORS & POINT-OF-VIEW: external narrators
NARRATORS & POINT-OF-VIEW: moving point of view and other stories