Finding Your Voice - a NEW five-week course PLEASE NOTE - NEW COURSE DATES 2 - 30 October 2019 Allen & Unwin - Melbourne 406 Albert Street East Melbourne VIC 3002 Get directions Course fee: $ 850/ 720 alumni ***Spring Sale price $ 720/ $ 610 alumni*** This five-week course is designed for people who want to write fiction and are seeking guidance and encouragement in a supportive environment.
The course will focus on finding your voice as a writer with discussions, tailored writing exercises and opportunities to share your writing with the group.
Numerous short courses are also run through libraries, community centres and the disability arts organisation Arts Access.
We recommend the wealth of information that Writers Victoria provides to its members, and the general community.
More about Writing a Life Saturday, 12 October 2019 Allen & Unwin - Melbourne 406 Albert Street East Melbourne VIC 3002 Get directions Course fee: $ 295 / $ 250 alumni There are many ways of writing a life.
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