MWF_WV Workshop: The Personal and Political in Fiction

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Amal Awad
08 September 2019 - 10:00 to 12:30 PM
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Amal Awad shares how to write fiction that positions the personal and political as catalysts for storytelling.

Do writers have a duty to directly confront global issues and those in power, or is it enough for them to connect us via human stories of home? Amal Awad addresses this perennial question, and shares how to write fiction that positions the personal and political as catalysts for storytelling.

Bookings available by the Melbourne Writers Festival website. Writers Victoria members qualify for a member discount. Please check your email for the code.

A creative collaboration with Melbourne Writers Festival.

About Amal Awad

Amal Awad is a journalist, screenwriter and author. She has written for such publications as ELLEFrankie, Meanjin, Going Down Swinging and SBS Life, and produced for ABC Radio National.


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