2 x Online Zoom Women Writer's Literary Speakers and Workshop Meetings - July 2020

$10 for SWW Members and $15 for Non Members!
Conducted via Zoom – Meeting details will be sent by email to all who Register

ZOOM Speakers Event - Wednesday 8 July, 2020  AND Workshop Event - Wednesday 15 July, 2020
You MUST BOOK for July 8 and July 15 separately
through trybooking – see links below

Speakers Event - Wednesday 8 July, 2020
$10 for Members and $15 for Non Members
https://www.trybooking.com/BKEDM

Workshop Event - Wednesday 15 July, 2020
$10 for Members and $15 for Non Members
https://www.trybooking.com/BKEDS


This will facilitate your joining the Keynote Presentation and subsequent Workshop. On the day of each session you will be emailed and invited to join the meeting.

ZOOM KEYNOTE SPEAKER: 8 July - 1.00pm to 2.00pm - Patti Miller: The Search for Wild Beauty

Patti MillerAuthor of The Last One Who Remembers, Whatever The Gods Do, the award winning The Mind of a Thief, Ransacking Paris, Child, (A&U) and best-selling texts, Writing Your Life, The Memoir Book and Writing True Stories.

Her latest, ‘The Joy of High Places’, was published in 2019. Patti publishes in national newspapers and journals and teaches memoir writing atuniversities, Faber Academy, Writers’ Centres, and in Paris and London. Patti will talk about The Joy of High Places and the longing for wild beauty. She will explore the way she found her reserved and distant brother through their shared joy in high places – and his extraordinary courage in learning to walk again after he fell from the sky.

ZOOM MEMBER SPEAKER: 12.40pm - 1.00pm - Cindy Davies - From Iran to the Illawarra, NSW - An Illustrated Talk
Cindy DaviesCindy has worked and travelled extensively in the Middle East. In her talk she will present The Revolutionary’s Cousin, a sequel to her first novel The Afghan Wife, set in Iran during the 1979 Islamic revolution. The Revolutionary’s Cousin follows the characters as they join the diaspora from Iran. In both America and Australia, Karim and Zahra end up on the wrong side of the law. The novel explores how family loyalty comes at a price and how international political tensions affect individual lives. Cindy discusses the research involved in writing a novel which is set on three continents.

BOOK HERE - https://www.trybooking.com/BKEDM

ZOOM WORKSHOP: 15 July- 10am to 11.45am - Ann Howard - How to Tame your Data

Ann HowardUsing her recently published book Eisteddfod to Stage, which covers 30 years of history and thousands of entrants, popular author and historian and writer, Ann Howard will demonstrate how to crack the whip on chaotic data and photographs for non fiction. Many of her tips are useful for writing fiction as well.

$10 for Members and $15 for Non Members
Please log on to Zoom using instructions provided when you book through trybooking.
BOOK HERE - https://www.trybooking.com/BKEDS

Workshop Co-ordinator: Pippa Kay
Mobile: 0407725747

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