Writers On Writing / Performance skills for writers with George Catsi
You’ve written your work and now you’re being asked to read it out loud—or you hope to soon. Any public reading is a promotional moment that can convert a listener, if you read and speak well.
Ahead of his one-day course at Writing NSW, Performance Skills for Writers, we caught up with with Dr George Catsi.
Writers On Writing / Increasing creativity and productivity with Claire Corbett
“I literally couldn’t write anything without my notebooks and journals. My daily journal is my ‘capture tool.’”
Join Claire Corbett for a four week course to learn how journalling can help your writing and creativity.
Writers On Writing / Challenging ideas about truth with Jesse Blackadder
“The historical novel isn’t only retelling an old story. It’s a way to challenge ideas about truth, memory, history, and fiction.”
We interviewed author Jesse Blackadder in the lead-up to her workshop Going Down in History: Writing Historical Fiction. Join her on Saturday 22 September to learn how to research and write history to make it come alive.
Writers On Writing / Eliminating Errors with Tony Spencer-Smith
“Grammar and punctuation are generally as natural to us as the air we breathe. They are the way any language works.” Despite the importance of grammar, many people still struggle.
Join Tony Spencer-Smith for his workshop Eliminating Errors on Saturday 22 September to learn what you need to know in order to write well.
Writers On Writing / Contradictory characters and sharpening dialogue with Eleanor Limprecht
What makes a story capture our attention? Join Eleanor Limprecht on Saturday 8 September for her one-day course, Creating Story with Character and Dialogue, to learn how she uses character and dialogue to make her stories come alive.