Our Bodies, Our Stories (video)

A screenshot of Jessica Walton during the webinar
17 July 2017
Jessica Walton

Writers have explored their bodies through words in a variety of ways. 

In this recording of awebinar held in July 2017 as part of the Write-ability Goes Regional and Online program, children's book author Jessica Walton takes us through different examples of text and description and discusses how different approaches to writing about the body.

For more webinars on the craft or business of writing, check out the Writers Victoria webinar library.

About Jessica Walton

Jessica Walton is a picture book author, teacher, daughter of a trans parent, and proud queer disabled woman. 'Introducing Teddy' (2016) is her first book, illustrated by the very talented Dougal MacPherson. Jess wrote it to help explain gender identity in a simple, positive way to her young son, after one of her parents came out as transgender. Jess lives in Melbourne with her wife, her two kids, and Archie the cat.



Write-ability Goes Regional and Online is funded by the Australian government through the Department of Communication and the Arts’ Catalyst—Australian Arts and Culture Fund. Write-ability is also supported by the Grace Marion Wilson Trust.


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