AUTHOR Angela Savage. Setting to enhance story & Pathways to publishing. Sunday 4 June 2023
$40.00 – $90.00
10:30am – 3:30pm (with cuppa / lunch break – BYO catering, or cafe nearby) *Please note slightly later start from usual workshops times
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Angela Savage is an award-winning writer, CEO of Public Libraries Victoria and former CEO of Writers Victoria. Her debut novel, Behind the Night Bazaar, won the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for Unpublished Manuscript, and all three of her Jayne Keeney PI novels were shortlisted for Ned Kelly Awards. Angela’s short stories have been published in Australia and the UK and she has won the Scarlet Stiletto Award for short crime fiction. Angela holds a PhD in Creative Writing from Monash University. Her latest novel is Mother of Pearl.
About our workshop:
Never Just Description: Using Setting to Enhance Your Story (morning) , and Pathways to Publication (afternoon)
This workshop is ideal for writers who are focusing on writing setting and a sense of place in their works. A strong sense of place helps transport readers into the world created by a novel. Without it, readers can feel lost, frustrated, and the pleasure of reading is diminished. Angela will focus on how to bring a place to life and create an evocative sense of place without sacrificing plot or pace. Writers of all abilities welcome.
Tea and coffee available, BYO own lunch or head to nearby cafes for catering in our break time.
This workshop was made possible thanks to funding from the Mornington Peninsula Shire Creative Community Grant.