You will learn:
- Sense of place: what it is, why it matters, and how it can lend power to your writing
- Place-based techniques: harnessing personal memory, site visits, sensory attentiveness, shared knowledge, imagery/metaphor/symbolism…and the “spooky stuff”
- Describing versus evoking place: getting the balance right
- Place and empathy: the value of “inhabiting” your characters
- World-building: tips and tricks
About Meg Mundell
Meg Mundell is a writer and cultural geographer. Her first novel, Black Glass, was shortlisted for several prizes; her second novel, The Trespassers (UQP, August 2019), has been described as “beautifully written and absolutely gripping” (Favel Parrett), “stylish and assured” (Graeme Simsion), and “a riveting read” (Jed Mercurio). Meg’s writing has appeared in Best Australian Stories, The Guardian, The Age, Meanjin, and elsewhere. She edited We Are Here (Affirm Press, October 2019), featuring writers who have experienced homelessness.
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