This workshop will take place online. Detailed instructions for participation will be provided.
You will learn:
- Personal Narrative Structures Ethics in writing Creative Non-Fiction
- Techniques to manage vulnerability and burnout in Personal Narrative
- The impact of close reading and critical refection in Creative Non-Fiction
- The Power of Words: How to use personal narratives as mediums of advocacy
- What to share and what to keep: editing Personal Narratives
Please bring along two ideas works you want to work on throughout the workshop - A booklet of readings will be provided one month before the start of the course
About Rafeif Ismail
Rafeif Ismail is an award-winning emerging multilingual storyteller and editor based in Boorloo, WA (colonially known as Perth). Rafeif’s work has been published in anthologies and literary magazines across Australia and internationally, with a debut novel forthcoming. Deeply committed to creating diverse works, spaces and ethical storytelling, Rafeif is the current managing director of Djed Press, co-editor of Unlimited Futures: Speculative, Visionary Blak+Black Fiction (Fremantle Press & Djed Press) and a participant in the 2020 AFTRS National Talent Camp.
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