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Writers on Wednesdays: Feminist Writing

26 April 2017
Writers Victoria
Karen Pickering

Raising your voice as a feminist writer may be difficult at times but it's also powerful, important, and...

BROW TALKS Season One presented by RMIT's non/fictionLab: Lecture...

26 April 2017
The Lifted Brow
Chad Parkhill, The Lifted Brow, non/fictionLab

Lecture Four – Wednesday 26 April, 6pm for 6.30

THE LANGUAGE OF PROGRESS
Chad Parkhill

Own Voices Forum: Why Writing Matters

27 April 2017
Writers Victoria
Write-ability Goes Regional and Online

Who is it for?

Business Writing Online: How To Write Content for Corporates

27 April 2017
Writers Victoria
Bernadette Schwerdt

Learning how to get your message across quickly and succinctly is a skill we all need but few of us take...

Literary Fiction

30 April 2017
Writers Victoria
Romy Ash

Learn how to give life to your characters and authenticity to your world.

Having a Voice Series: Writing Women – Historical Non-Fiction

30 April 2017
Writers Victoria
Liz Conor and Julie Andrews

How can we write about these relations without reinscribing those positions, of privilege and disadvantage...

Online: Digital Fantasy Novel Intensive

1 May 2017
Writers Victoria
CS Pacat

You’ll receive direct feedback from your tutor and fellow course participants on your writing.

Writing Under the Influence

3 May 2017
Writers Victoria
Kevin Brophy

Explore questions of line length, stanza breaks, imagery, rhythmical effects, integrity and ideology.

Writing Adolescence

7 May 2017
Writers Victoria
Penni Russon

Explore the body as tool for remembering, reliving, imagining and shaping felt experience of crisis, pain...