You will learn
- how to research current and future environmental issues
- how to include the science and politics of environmentalism in your novel, whether you're writing speculative or realist fiction
- where to find other writers working in this space
- some ways of writing from other species' point of view
- how not to despair.
This masterclass is for emerging or established writers only, who have a substantial project in the early- to mid-stages of development. Exclusive to Writers Victoria members.
About James Bradley
James Bradley is a writer and critic. His books include the novels Wrack, The Deep Field, The Resurrectionist and Clade, a book of poetry, Paper Nautilus, The Penguin Book of the Ocean, and most recently, The Change Trilogy for young adults. He has also written extensively about literature and the environment, and in 2012 won the Pascall Prize for Australia’s Critic of the Year.
About Jane Rawson
Jane Rawson has written two novels - A wrong turn at the Office of Unmade Lists and From the wreck – and a novella, Formaldehyde. She is the co-author of The handbook: surviving and living with climate change. Her short fiction and essays are in Sleepers, Overland, Tincture, Seizure, Griffith Review, Meanjin and Review of Australian Fiction. She mostly writes about the environment.
176 Little Lonsdale St
Melbourne, VIC 3000
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