This workshop aims to help participants become authors of their written pieces; to discover the role of author; to allow their imagination to flourish. And it also looks to the fundamentals of good writing and editing.
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 3-5 October
Three-day writing workshop in Fingal, Victoria
Writing Workshop with Dr Susan Long
Prof Susan Long, author of many books and peer-reviewed articles, is offering a writing
workshop for those who want to find the genuine author in themselves. Writing can take many forms: academic theses, research reports, persuasive items, business reports, journalistic pieces, novels and poems. Although having different purposes and audiences, all writing can be creative, and all messes can be cleaned up later. This workshop aims to help participants become authors of their written pieces; to discover the role of author; to allow their imagination to flourish. And it also looks to the fundamentals of good writing and editing.
Participants will approach questions such as:
Why do I want to publish?
Who is my audience?
How do I choose a journal or publisher?
What do reviewers and editors look for?
How can I manage time for writing?
How do I present and develop an argument?
How should I work with case study material?
How can I understand and develop my style?
There will be time for writing and gaining feedback.
“And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it, and the imagination to improvise. The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.”
– The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath
‘the idea of just wandering off to a cafe with a notebook and writing and seeing where that takes me for awhile is just bliss.
– J. K. Rowling
9.30am Thursday 3rd October to 4.30pm Saturday 5th October 2019, for $975 plus $190 accommodation including GST in Fingal (near Cape Shank) Victoria, Australia. Places limited .. don’t miss out!
When & Where
Thursday 3rd October to Saturday 5th 2019
9.30am Thursday – 4.30 pm Saturday
In a lovely country homestead and nearby cabins Fingal, Victoria, Australia
Writing Worshopwith Dr Susan Long
- Three-day workshop
- Morning & afternoon tea
- Breakfast, lunch & dinner
+ Accommodation an additional $190 including gst
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