Indigenous Storytelling

Claire G Colman

A portrait of Claire G Colman
29 September 2019 - 10:00 to 4:00 PM
Claire G Coleman
Emerging, Established
Alexis Wright, Kim Scott, Melissa Lucashenko; these and other award winning Indigenous writers show how powerful and important Indigenous storytelling has become in Australia. Learn how Indigenous voices can change the dialogue, how to write your story, why you are the only person who can tell your story and how, perhaps, to get published.

* Priority for this one-day workshop is for First Nations Writers. Writers who do not identify as First Nations may attend if there is space and if they have completed the Koorie Heritage Trust Indigenous Awareness Training or equivalent.

About Claire G Coleman

Claire G Coleman is a Wirlomin Noongar woman whose ancestral Country is in South Coast Western Australia.  Her novel Terra Nullius, won a Black&Write! Fellowship and a Norma K Hemming Award and has been Shortlisted for the Stella Prize and an Aurealis Award among others. The Old Lie is her second novel.

Writers Victoria
176 Little Lonsdale St
Melbourne, VIC 3000-3000

Phone: 03 9094 7855
Event registration fee
Concession member $ 135.00
Member $ 145.00
Non-member $ 195.00

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