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Workshops

Workshop: Crafting Experimental Non-fiction

Sun 5 Sep, 10am
The Wheeler Centre, Conference Room

Due to COVID-19, this event has been cancelled.

How can non-fiction writers use experimental techniques to vivify their work while staying tethered to truth? Anwen Crawford, the author of the ground-breaking non-fiction work No Document and one of the country’s most respected cultural critics, leads a workshop on bringing uncertainty and playfulness to non-fiction storytelling. She shares insights into producing hybrid and creative non-fiction that blurs the borders of genre and brings fresh and unexpected perspective to a writer's material.

In partnership with Writers Victoria

Duration

2 hours 30 minutes

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Anwen Crawford is a writer, critic and visual artist based in Sydney. She is the author of No Document, published by Giramondo in 2021, and Live Through This, published by Bloomsbury in 2015. Her essays have appeared in publications including The Monthly, The New Yorker and Sydney Review of Books.

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