Online Feedback Clinic: Emerging Short Story

 A portrait of Julie Koh, a person with Chinese-Malaysian heritage, pale peach skin and dark hair with a fringe. She is sitting with her chin on her hand.

A portrait of Julie Koh
03 February 2022 - 11:55 to 02 June 2022 - 11:55
Julie Koh
Early, Emerging
In this online clinic, participants will submit short fiction of up to 1,000 words each month for five months. You will receive individual feedback from your tutor, focusing on elements including plot, character and voice. Participants will have the opportunity to comment on each other’s work. This clinic is ideal for beginner and emerging writers. This online course actively encourages sharing of your work with your cohort as well as with the tutor. 

You will Learn to:

  • improve the capacity of your short fiction to grab the attention of the reader

  • enhance plot and character in your short stories

  • strengthen voice in your short stories

  • have more confidence in your ability to generate new fiction over a sustained period of time

  • diagnose issues in your drafts through feedback from your tutor and other participants.


Pieces of up to 1000 words due 11:55pm Thursdays 3 February, 3 March, 7 April, 5 May, 2 June


About Julie Koh

Julie Koh is the author of Capital Misfits and Portable Curiosities. The latter was shortlisted for several awards and led to Julie being named a 2017 Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Australian Novelist. Her short stories have been published widely, including in the Best Australian Stories and Best Australian Comedy Writing. She has written two radio plays for ABC Radio National and the libretto for Chop Chef. She was a judge for the 2018 Stella Prize.


Phone: 90947855
Registration fee
Member $ 250.00
Concession Member $ 240.00
Non-Member $ 310.00
Donation $ 0.00

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