This workshop will take place online. Detailed instructions for participation will be provided.
Included in this course:
- 2.5 hours of information, education, industry insider advice, tricks and tips
- Writing exercises to help hone your craft and reinforce your new skills
- Interactive webinars with space for questions, clarifications, and skills extension
- Personalised feedback from Evelyn up to 150 lines
You will learn:
How to identify the Self and the Place when engaging with a landscape
- Unpacking the difference between what you bring to a landscape, what it provides to you, and what you wish to say about that relationship
- The fundamentals of nature writing, and background for its history in poetry
- Tips, tricks, and planning structures for how to construct a poem about place
- How to respond to other representations of place through dialogue and workshopping
About Evelyn Araluen
Evelyn Araluen is a Bundjalung poet, researcher and educator working with Indigenous literatures. She is the co-editor of Overland Literary Journal. Her work has been awarded the Judith Wright Poetry Prize, the Nakata Brophy Prize for Young Indigenous Writers, and a Wheeler Centre Next Chapter fellowship. Her debut poetry collection Dropbear will be released in 2020.
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.
Melbourne, VIC 3000
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