Writers on Wednesdays: The Narratives of Climate Change
Summary:Discover the variety of ways that writers are responding to the challenge of climate change across fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction.
Discuss the modes of communication for both practitioners and readers, and how to produce outcomes that suit particular audiences.
You will learn
- how to write and talk about climate change
- the value of producing a range of strategies to communicate ideas of climate change
- the range of creative mechanisms utilised globally to communicate ideas of climate change
- about the vital role played by creative writers within the area
- an awareness of the knowledge held in particular communities – most importantly, Indigenous communities – in addressing climate change
About Tony Birch
Tony Birch is the author of five books: ‘Shadowboxing’, ‘Father’s Day’, ‘Blood’, ‘The Promise’, and ‘Ghost River’. He is currently the Bruce McGuinness Research Fellow in the Moondani Balluk Academic Centre at Victoria University. His research is concerned with Climate Change and Indigenous knowledge.
Climate and Environment
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Writers on Wednesdays
Read more about our Writers on Wednesdays events:
Writers on Wednesdays: Time Management for Writers, 22 February
Writers on Wednesdays: Writing for YouTube, 29 March
Writers on Wednesdays: Feminist Writing, 26 April
Writers on Wednesday: Making a Book, 31 May
Writers on Wednesdays: The State of the Sector, 28 June
Writers on Wednesdays: Funemployed - Living with yourself as a writer, 26 July