Writers Victoria - The Writer's Journey

Wed 27 Jun 2012,

Art,

Classes & Workshops,

Melbourne

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Writing a novel doesn’t always start with a lightbulb moment, or end with a New York Times best-seller listing and a seven-figure movie deal. Lead by Writers Victoria Director Roderick Poole, The Writer’s Journey aims to break down the key stages that occur in the novel-writing process over four weeks: The Idea, The Mentor, The Editor, The Spotlight. Meet literary experts Andrea Goldsmith, Toni Jordan, Aviva Tuffield and Leigh Hobbs at each week respectively. This series will guide writers on how to sharpen a manuscript, work closely with experts in the field and to keep expectations realistic.

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Writers Victoria - The Writer's Journey details

Writers Victoria


Address
Wheeler Centre, Lvl 3
176 LIttle Lonsdale St

Melbourne 3000

Transport
Nearby Stations: Melbourne Central

Telephone 03 9094 7855

Price from $25.00 to $40.00

Date Wed 27 Jun 2012

Open 6.30-8.30pm

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