Join award-winning author, Julie Chevalier for a workshop about writing microlit on the theme of Home.
Together, you will read and discuss some examples of microlit by Spineless Wonders’ authors. Julie will walk you through some easy and inspiring writing exercises guaranteed to get your creative juices flowing and get you writing.
What to expect
You will gain experience in reading, understanding and writing microlit. There will be time to draft a piece of writing, workshop this piece and publish it using typewriters or index cards. You will also be invited to make a video-recording of your newly-minted microlit using the StoryBooth.
No prior writing experience is required. Entry is free. Writing materials will be supplied. Reserve your place in this workshop at Eventbrite.
Julie Chevalier is completing her 2nd collection of short fiction and 3rd collection of poetry. Permission to Lie, a collection of short fiction, was published by Spineless Wonders. She has co-edited 3 short fiction collections. Her microlit has been shown on the big screen at Federation Square in Melbourne and is frequently performed by actors at Little Fictions events.
Her book, Darger: His Girls won the Alec Bolton Prize and was short-listed for the Western Australian Premier’s Prize and Newcastle Poetry Prize.
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