Whether you’re struggling to actually get your story started, stuck with where to go with the idea you love, or facing writer’s block, this workshop will give you some alternative ideas on using different senses, memories and both sides of the brain to jumpstart your creativity.
Wednesday, 21 April 2021 7.30pm – 8.45pm (Syd time)
Tickets go on sale 9.00am 2 March.
Spots are limited for this online workshop.
$60 per person.
About Wendy Orr
With a string of awards and accolades, including the Prime Minister’s Award for Children’s Literature, Wendy Orr has written over 40 books for children, teenagers and adults and been published in 29 languages. She has appeared on some of the biggest conference stages and was the first Australian author to have a children’s book adapted for a Hollywood feature film – Nim’s Island, starring Jodie Foster, who was passionate about the book because it had turned her son into a reader. The sequel was also made into an Australian movie starring Bindi Irwin. Wendy’s latest book is Swallow’s Dance, a Bronze Age novel in free verse and prose, which was recently named a USSBY Outstanding International Book. Wendy believes that every child deserves to find the books that fuel their passion for stories, encourage empathy and connection and empower them for the future.