What is home? Do we travel towards it, or do we navigate the world from it? Is it a place, a character, an idea? If it’s the setting of your story or a recurring theme in your mind, these questions are relevant. In this workshop, you’ll explore ‘home’ through language, memory, perspective and place. There’ll be plenty of discussion, writing exercises and supportive critical feedback. Whether you’re deep into a work-in-progress, or just starting out, fiction or non-fiction, this day is for you.
- When: Sunday 18 February, 10am–4pm
- Where: The Wheeler Centre, 176 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne
- With: Elise Valmorbida
About the Tutor
Italian Australian author Elise Valmorbida won the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award 2019 for her fourth novel, The Madonna of the Mountains, published internationally in several languages to critical acclaim. She has written three works of non-fiction; the latest is The Happy Writing Book, a positive guide to creative writing and wellbeing, inspired by her twenty-plus years of experience as writer-teacher. Elise is also an award-winning indie film producer and script consultant.