Quick Crime with Sulari Gentill
Fewer words doesn't necessarily mean it's easier! Short story writing is an art, turning your story into a perfect little morsel is harder than you might think. Then trying to add in an element of crime, a pinch of suspense and a touch of misdirection and you've quite likely gone over your word limit.
Never fear! Award-winning author, Sulari Gentill (of Rowland Sinclair fame) is here to teach you all about how to commit the perfect crime in under 2500 words.
In this 2 hour Zoom workshop, you will learn the tips and tricks of an expert.
Make sure you have a cup of tea (or coffee or shaken, but not stirred martini), a good internet connection and some not-so-innocent ideas and settle in!
Every participant gets one (1) free entry into the 2020 Thunderbolt Prize for Crime Writing. Just write: short story workshop on your entry form.
Stuff you need to know...
This is an online workshop
When: June 13, 10-12
Where: wherever you you have internet!
Cost: $50 for NEWC members
$65 for on-members
Workshop includes ONE (1) free entry into the 2020 Thunderbolt Prize for Crime Writing
About Sulari Gentill...
A reformed lawyer, Sulari Gentill is the award-winning author of the Rowland Sinclair Mysteries, the Hero Trilogy, and a number of standalone novels. She lives on a small farm in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains, where she grows French Black Truffles and writes about murder and mayhem. Sulari has won and been shortlisted in many awards including: the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize, the Australian Book Industry Award, the Davitt Award, the Ned Kelly Award, and the Scarlett Stiletto Award. She was the inaugural Eminent Writer in Residence at the Australian Museum of Democracy. Most recently she won the 2018 Ned Kelly Award for Best Crime Novel and was awarded a 2019 Create Grant by the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund.
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