June Writing Workshops: interviewing and journaling

 

I am thrilled to be back at the WillyLitFest with two of my favourite workshops:

  • Interviewing Techniques for Memoir and Family History
  • The Writer’s Journal

Interviewing Techniques for Memoir and Family History

Saturday 16 June, 2.00pm-3.00pm

“Everyone has a story to tell, we just need to ask the right question.”

This workshop will show you how to plan, prepare and conduct an interview; gather your facts, and create the story.

Participants will be able to:

  • Research, prepare and plan an interview
  • Create question portfolio
  • Practice skills through role play
  • Write a brief narrative based on class activity
  • Confidence to conduct interviews
  • Book direct with venue: Willy Lit Fest

The Writer’s Journal Sunday

Sunday 17 June, 12.00pm-1.00pm

From the blank page to inspiration — get tips on how to nurture your creative seeds in this mini workshop on how to keep a writer’s journal.

This workshop will give you handy tips and ideas on how to use a writer’s notebook.

Participants will explore their imagination and create an inspiration list to assist their writing aspirations.

 

Introduction to Creative Life Writing classes

“Fill your life with stories. It’s time to start writing.”

 

Woman sitting thinking writing

Woman thinking and writing.
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Join me for an Introduction to Creative Life Writing six-week course at Yarraville Community Centre, commencing 20 February 2016.

Session times: Saturday 2-4pm

Book directly with YCC

Introduction to Creative Life Writing classes

“We all have a story to tell: personal stories, family histories and community events form the fabric of our lives.”

Have you always wanted to write…something, but didn’t know how or where to start? Join me for a six week ‘Introduction to Creative Live Writing’ course at Yarraville Community Centre, and discover your story.
Classes start 18 Feb, 7-9pm, $120. Bookings essential.

A story starts with one sentence...

A story starts with one sentence…

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