Established Author Forum: Writing Identity and Difference
Summary:This seminar will consider the ethics of representation in writing. What power dynamics should be considered when writing characters from cultural backgrounds other than your own? How do you write intersectionality? These and other important considerations will be explored.
This masterclass is for established writers only: that is, writers who have had at least one book or short story collection published by a mainstream publisher or a significant publication history in literary journals or similar publication.
You can find details of how Covid-19 restrictions will affect the workshop here: https://writersvictoria.org.au/about-us/covid-19-information/. You are encouraged to wear a mask in the workshop space. The Wheeler Centre’s policy is that close contacts should not attend the building. If you are a close contact of somebody with Covid-19, or have Covid-19 symptoms yourself, please do not attend; please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a refund in this situation.
About the Tutor:
Jeanine Leane belongs to the Wiradjuri peoples of the Murrumbidgee River. She is a poet, writer and teacher who currently has the privilege of living and working on the lands of the Wurundjeri peoples of Naarm.
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Victoria 3000 Australia
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