If you’re an emerging or established writer in the Perth metropolitan area, you might be interested in a series of six masterclasses being presented over April and May at the Centre for Stories in Northbridge. The series consists of the following three-hour masterclasses presented by six award-winning writers:
17 April The Narrative Landscape with Portland Jones
24 April The Hybrid (Decolonised) Narrative with Rashida Murphy
1 May Science in Story and Imagination with Vivienne Glance
8 May Politics and Creative Writing with Susan Midalia
22 May The Researched Imagination with Annamaria Weldon
29 May Editing Your Own Work with Amanda Curtin
You can book individual sessions, but there is a great offer available for those interested in attending all six.
I’m delighted to be taking part in this series alongside writers whose work I love and respect, and I might even book a few sessions myself.
The editing masterclass I’m presenting is designed to assist writers look at their manuscript objectively, examine the prose, architecture and effects of the work, and polish it to the highest level within their capability prior to submission. If that sounds like something for you, there are more details on the link above.
I’d love to see you there!
The Centre for Stories is located at 100 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge,
and each masterclass is run on a Saturday afternoon, 1–4pm.