Main Program | Unlocking Medium and Genre in Writing


 
 
28 Oct 2022 12:45 - 13:45
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How does storytelling differ from one medium to another? Join writer and comedian Sami Shah, documentary producer Kirsti Melville, and writer Brigid Delaney as they present writing across different genres and mediums – from books to audio to radio and documentary. Our speakers share their creative processes and discuss the opportunities and challenges they face in adapting their works. 

Bagaimana mendongeng menjadi berbeda dari satu media ke media lainnya? Bergabunglah dengan penulis dan komedian Sami Shah, produser dokumenter Kirsti Melville dan penulis Brigid Delaney saat mereka membongkar tulisan dari berbagai genre dan media – dari buku hingga audio hingga radio dan dokumenter. Mereka akan berbagi proses kreatif dan mendiskusikan peluang serta tantangan yang mereka hadapi dalam mengadaptasi karya mereka.

Featuring

Rosemarie Milsom

Rosemarie Milsom is the founding director of the Newcastle Writers’ Festival, which celebrated its 10th edition in April 2022. Rosemarie launched the festival after a 20-year career as an award-winning …


Brigid Delaney

Brigid Delaney is a popular weekly columnist for Guardian Australia, where she writes about topics including philosophy, politics and travel. She is also the author of four books; This Restless Life, …


Kirsti Melville

Kirsti Melville is a Walkley award-winning presenter and documentary producer at ABC RN based in Perth who, these days, spends a lot of time in remote Western Australia recording people’s …


Sami Shah

Sami Shah is a writer, comedian, and broadcaster. He’s won multiple awards for his comedy and his books, and has been a presenter on ABC Radio Melbourne. Sami has written …



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