Workshop: The Personal and Political in Fiction Sun 8 Sep, 10am
Do writers have a duty to directly confront global issues and those in power, or is it enough for them to connect us via human stories of home? Amal Awad addresses this perennial question, and shares how to write fiction that positions the personal and political as catalysts for storytelling.
A creative collaboration with Writers Victoria
2 hours 30 minutes
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