This workshop will be Auslan interpreted
- Expectations of readers and writers of historical fiction
- Practical approaches to voices and dialogue
- Research tips, sources and tools
- How to integrate research and imagination
- Writing about real people from the past
About Kelly Gardiner
Kelly Gardiner’s latest series is The Firewatcher Chronicles. Her previous novel, 1917, was shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Young People’s History Prize. Kelly’s other books include Act of Faith and The Sultan’s Eyes, both of which were shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards; and Goddess, based on the life of the seventeenth century French swordswoman, Mademoiselle de Maupin. She teaches at La Trobe University and is the host of the Historical Novel Society’s Imagining the Past podcast.
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