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Personal Mythologies: Race, Identity and Culture

Cut through the noise, identify, and reflect on your personal mythologies and work towards producing a piece of writing that reflects your history, sensibilities and obsessions. What do you already know? What are you not so eager to reveal? This workshop is about honestly reflecting on why we choose to write and what our words mean when they are released into the world. How do you make sense of the world through the stories you tell yourself? 


  • When: Saturday 26 October, 10am–4pm
  • Where: Online
  • With: Rashida Murphy

About the Tutor

Photo of Rashida Murphy
A photo of Rashida Murphy.

Rashida Murphy is the author of a novel and a collection of short stories. Her prose and poetry are regularly published in journals and anthologies worldwide. Recent achievements include shortlistings in the NSW Premier’s Literature Awards and the Nillumbik Awards, publications in the anthology Ourselves and FemAsia Journal and features as guest poet in festivals in India and Dubai. 

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