Workshop: Micro Fiction in a Micro Bar

Yarra Plenty Regional Library

Event Date: 
17 September 2019

This event is part of the 11th Annual Booklovers Festival

The shortest of short stories often make the biggest impact. Learn how to craft punchy, poignant and memorable micro fiction – in a micro bar! Join author and journalist, Paul Connolly (The Sydney Morning Herald’s Kitchen Sink Drama) at Little Drop of Poison to learn the fundamentals of micro fictions. Includes tapas and a glass of wine.

In partnership with Nillumbik Shire Council

Bookings essential

About the facilitator:

Paul is a journalist, author and editor with over 20 years’ experience and has written for publications including The Monthly, The Guardian (UK), Guardian Australia, Good Weekend magazine (where he writes a flash fiction column called Kitchen Sink Drama), the Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, the Sun-Herald, The Sunday Age, Sunday Life magazine, Qantas magazine, The Global Mail, Sports Illustrated Australia, Readers Digest, Marie Claire, the (sydney)magazine, the (melbourne)magazine, Sport & Style, Who Weekly, the Illawarra Mercury, and many more. In doing so he’s produced hard news, feature articles, profiles, sport pieces, humour columns and travel stories. He’s also written four books.