Start with a line, an incident, a memory, an issue and see where it takes you.
It can lead to unexpected places, to deep emotions, to characters that surprise you.
It can lead to side splitting humour or empathy or horror or friendship and more.
What are the techniques to dig deeper into your story?
How do you make the story uniquely yours?
This workshop reveals the techniques and pathways to unlocking the stories you want to tell.
This is a hands-on workshop.
Wednesday, 3 March 2021 from 7.00pm – 8.30pm
Spots are limited for this online workshop.
$55 per person.
About Susanne Gervay
Awarded the Lifetime Social Justice Literature Award, Order of Australia, nominated for Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award, you’ll find Susanne planting 3000 mangroves in Kiribati; in Istanbul speaking to 1000s of kids about NO bullying; in remote indigenous schools bringing literacy to kids from pre-schoolers to young adults. Susanne Gervay’s loved books include her anti bullying I Am Jack books; YA books Butterflies (disability), Shadows of Olive Trees (feminism); picture books Elephants Have Wings (Harmony Day), The Boy in the Big Blue Glasses’ (Vision2020) and Heroes of the Secret Underground empowering kids to become warriors for justice.