ONLINE: Showing and Telling

Writers Victoria

Event Date: 
4 April 2020
Author / Presenters: 
Emily Bitto

This workshop will be delivered Online. 
Included in this course:
2.5 hours of information, suggestions, writing tips and learned lessons shared around showing and not telling
A suggested annotated reading list of excellent examples to enjoy - and mine for your own purposes!
Writing exercises to help hone your craft and reinforce your new skills
1 hour interactive webinar for questions, clarifications, and skills extension
Personalised feedback from Emily on a piece of writing up to 500 words
You will learn: 
To understand and apply the practical implications of ‘showing’ rather than ‘telling.’
To read and evaluate your own and others’ work for its effectiveness in terms of ‘showing’ and ‘telling.’
About a range of elements of your writing that can be improved and enriched by ‘showing.’
To utilize concrete, sensory detail to make your prose come alive in the reader’s mind.
Techniques to continue to improve your writing beyond this workshop.
Schedule for the Workshop:
Saturday 4 April 2020, 10-11:15am: Webinar 1 with Emily Bitto
Saturday 4 April 2020, 11:45am - 1pm: Webinar 2 with Emily Bitto
Saturday 4 April 2020, 3-4pm: Webinar Q&A
About Emily Bitto
Emily Bitto’s debut novel 'The Strays', was the winner of the 2015 Stella Prize, and has been published in the UK, the US, and Canada. She has a Masters in Literary Studies and a PhD in Creative Writing from the University of Melbourne. She has been a sessional lecturer, tutor and supervisor in literary studies and creative writing since 2007. Emily also co-owns and runs Carlton wine-bar, Heartattack and Vine.
 
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