The Monthly is offering you the chance to work closely with Australia’s most respected and successful writers in a series of exclusive one-day workshops.
Places are strictly limited to 12 people per class, so book now to avoid missing out.
What will you learn from the masters?
Writing for an audience, with Lally Katz
Whether your script development has stalled, your characters’ voices are lifeless, or you’re having trouble making your great story idea work on stage or screen, Lally is here to help. This class is a must for anyone looking to make playwriting or screenwriting a viable as well as creatively satisfying pursuit.
Lally Katz is an award-winning dramatist who writes for theatre, film and television. Her recent one-woman show, Stories I Want To Tell You in Person, played to packed houses at Belvoir and Malthouse theatres. Lally is currently adapting her play Neighbourhood Watch for the screen with Gillian Armstrong attached to direct and Marian Macgowan producing, working on new plays for Belvoir and MTC and developing an original television series.
Thursday, 5 December, 10 am – 4 pm
Cost of workshop: $295, lunch included
Address: 37–39 Langridge St, Collingwood, Melbourne
The art of travel writing, with Robyn Davidson
Whether you’re interested in travel writing for publication or for your own pleasure, Robyn Davidson will help you to perfect your stories from the road. In this practical and focused session, Robyn will share her experience as a professional travel writer, offer specific feedback and show you how to hone your narrative voice and perspective to best suit both long-form features and online writing.
Robyn Davidson is the author of the award-winning books Tracks and Desert Places, and the editor of The Best Australian Essays 2009 and The Picador Book of Journeys.
POSTPONED UNTIL 2014
Interested in upcoming masterclasses?