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Write the Fight Right: Writing Physicality, Fight Scenes, and Bodies...

6 March 2021
Writers Victoria
Alan Baxter

You will learn:
How to make a fight or action scene both exciting and detailed

Inside the Publishing House

12 March 2021
Emerging Writers' Festival

Inside the Publishing House

All Writing is Re-Writing: How to Revise Your Work

14 March 2021
Writers Victoria
Lee Kofman

You will learn:
Strategies to deepen your work
About different revision elements

Psychogeography and the Suburbs

20 March 2021
Writers Victoria
Nick Gadd

Please note: the field trip part of this workshop will be accessible for wheelchair and mobility aid users...

ONLINE WORKSHOP: The Story of Your Life: How to Build Your Memoir

21 March 2021
Writers Victoria
Anna Spargo-Ryan

This session will take place online, via Writers Victoria’s online platform.
You will learn: ...

Established Author Forum: Christos Tsiolkas on Structure

25 March 2021
Writers Victoria
Christos Tsiolkas

This masterclass is for established writers only: that is, writers who have had at least one book or short...

Established Author Forum: Book in for the Year

25 March 2021
Writers Victoria
Christos Tsiolkas, Cate Kennedy

At the time of publication, this information is correct.

Writing Groups: How to Find, Build, and Maintain an Effective Writing...

27 March 2021
Writers Victoria
Emily Brewin

About Emily Brewin

Theme, Symbolism, and Imagery

28 March 2021
Writers Victoria
Emily Bitto

You will learn:
To better understand how theme, symbolism and imagery function in writing.