Please note: the field trip part of this workshop will be accessible for wheelchair and mobility aid users
You will Learn:
- How to find inspiration for your work in local environments.
- How to fill your writing with carefully-observed, unique details
- How to bring suburban scenes and settings to life in your novel, memoir, essay or open
- How to uncover stories behind suburban locations
- How to give your writing a strong sense of place
About Nick Gadd
Nick Gadd is a novelist and essayist. His latest novel, Death of a Typographer, has just been published by Australian Scholarly Publishing. His novel Ghostlines won a Victorian Premiers Literary Award for an unpublished manuscript in 2007 and a Ned Kelly Award for best first crime novel in 2009. He has written non-fiction about place and psychogeography for Meanjin, Kill Your Darlings, Griffith Review and The Guardian, among others. Nick was the 2015 winner of the Nature Conservancy Australia nature Writing Prize and was shortlisted in the essay category of the Melbourne Prize for Literature in 2015. He wrote the blog Melbourne Circle about a two-year walk around Melbourne. He lives in Yarraville.
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If you’re purchasing a full price workshop at $215, consider a full price one-year membership ($75) plus member-priced workshop ($155) will cost just $230 and give you discounts on all our services plus six free copies of ‘The Victorian Writer’ magazine.
And if you have a concession card, a one-year membership ($55) plus member-concession workshop ($135) will cost you only $190.