Monthly Archives: April 2018

WRITING WORKSHOP FOR NEW AND EMERGING WRITERS!

GET WRITING! Writing Workshop for New and Emerging Writers – Fiction

In this all day workshop, I will help you uncover what you need to turn your ideas into a story. By setting out the basics of storytelling in small, concentrated parts, I will offer strategies and processes to help you build words into a story — whether you know what that story is yet or not! Drawing on more than ten years’ experience running writing workshops and having authored five published books, I will offer instruction on craft and technique, guided exercises and workshopping, plus “wild writing” within a group of fellow aspiring writers. All this and lunch!

DATE: Sat. 2 June 2018             TIME: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm  

VENUE: Phoenix Park Training Room 

ADDRESS: 22 Rob Roy Road, Malvern East, VIC 3145

On the day you will need writing instruments – either notebook, pens and/or laptop. If you’ve got some ideas or have started to write, you might want to bring that too. Everything else will be provided.

Early Bird price $200.00 – FULL PAYMENT by April 20.

Regular price $225.00 – PAYMENT from April 21 and thereafter. 

 For further information or to book, email me: nicolehayesbooks@gmail.com 

Workshop fees include morning tea, lunch, and workshop handouts. 

PLEASE NOTE: Cancellation policy — An administration fee of $50 will be charged if a participant cancels before April 30. There will be no refunds after May 20. In the case of insufficient registrations, I reserve the right to cancel the event, in which case a full refund will be provided.

About your instructor:
Nicole Hayes
is an author, podcaster and public speaker. Her books include award winning fiction for Young Adults, a non-fiction book for children, and a collection of essays she co-edited for adults featuring Australia’s most prominent thinkers and writers. Recently, she has written for The Guardian, The Griffith Review, Lifted Brow, and The Wheeler Centre, among others, and runs a range of writing programs for adults and young people. She is a #LoveOzYA advocate, a Stella Prize in Schools Ambassador, and is one-sixth of the groundbreaking AFL podcast and radio show, The Outer Sanctum (on the ABC).

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