Workshop: Origins, Objects and Metaphors



 
27 Oct 2017 14:00 - 17:00
International IDR 650,000 | Indonesian IDR 250,000 | Resident IDR 450,000
Kori Ubud. Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)

Join Josephine Wilson for an exploratory workshop into the origins of a novel, and the hidden work of writing. Drawing on her experience of writing Extinctions (winner of the 2017 Miles Franklin Award), Josephine will discuss the process from genesis to final construction, and how she used objects to draw connections between story and character.

Bergabunglah dengan Josephine Wilson untuk sebuah lokakarya eksplorasi ke dalam asal-usul sebuah novel, dan karya tulis yang tersembunyi. Gambaran pengalamannya dalam menulis karyanya Extinctions (pemenang dari 2017 Miles Franklin Award), Josephine akan membahas proses dari awal sampai akhir konstruksi, dan bagaimana Ia menggunakan objek untuk menarik koneksi antara cerita dan karakter.

Featuring

Josephine Wilson

Josephine Wilson is a Perth-based writer and teacher whose first novel Cusp was published in 2005. Her second novel Extinctions won the 2017 Miles Franklin Award, the Dorothy Hewett Award …



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