Conquering Fear as a Writer
Summary:Join Koraly Dimitriadis for a workshop that will inspire participants to push boundaries, shed inhibitions and get to the heart of expression. This workshop won't be prescriptive or suggest that there is a "correct" way to write, but will provide techniques for writers who want to build confidence and support participants as they develop courage. This intimate workshop will encourage participants to be fully open to the experience of their truth and provide opportunities to practice sharing writing and/or performance.
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 [email protected] to arrange a refund in this situation.
You Will Learn:
- to identify what’s holding you back and overcome hurdles to access your true voice
- why we care so much about what people think and how that affects our writing
- how to identify the best medium/s for what it is you are trying to express, and how to carry writing across mediums to convey different meaning
- to workshop with other writers in a constructive/encouraging way
- how to get your writing out there, especially when it it’s controversial / unconventional
About the Tutor:
Koraly Dimitriadis is a poet, writer, performer and the author of Just Give Me The Pills and Love and F-k Poems, which was also translated into Greek and a bestseller for the Australian poetry genre. Koraly’s theatre show ‘I say the wrong things all the time’ premiered at La Mama, and her poetry films have been screened and televised, including on SBS. She was awarded the UNESCO City of Literature residency for her debut fiction manuscript. Her opinion articles and personal essays have been published widely, including internationally in The Washington Post and The Today Show.
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176 Little Lonsdale Street
Victoria 3000 Australia
Phone: (03) 9917 8463
Email: [email protected]