Shaping life experience into compelling narratives
The memoirist’s lived experience provides the raw material for their writing. But how do you shape that material into something greater than a series of recollections? How do you craft a cohesive, compelling narrative arc from messy and possibly long ago events, and the quiet moments our lives often turn on?
Join author Ashley Kalagian Blunt for a practical workshop filled with strategies for getting the first draft of a memoir written and approaches for tackling the serious task of revision. You’ll learn new insights into the craft of memoir, and receive a variety of tools and resources to support you.
When: 2.00pm - 3.30pm (Sydney, NSW)
Saturday 12 October 2024
Where: Online via Zoom
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Ashley Kalagian Blunt is the author of Dark Mode, an internationally published psychological thriller.
Her earlier books are How to Be Australian, a memoir, and My Name Is Revenge, collected fiction and essays, which was a finalist in the 2018 Carmel Bird Digital Literary Award.
Find out more and connect with Ashley via her website: www.ashleykalagianblunt.com/