Creative non-fiction writing


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Take your way with words to another level as you explore a genre that lends itself to variety and versatility. Literary journalism smudges the line between the real and the imagined by drawing on techniques that are used in fiction. This approach will add an extra dimension to life writing and factual stories, from memoirs and personal essays to travel pieces and online articles.

 
Course ID BRU2318
Price $275.00 (GST included)
Start date Tuesday, 10 October 2017
Finish date Tuesday, 14 November 2017
Sessions 6 sessions of 2 hours
Time 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Tutor Mary Lynn Mather
Location CIT Bruce
Status 1 place is available.

Materials

Please bring pens and a notebook.


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STUDENT TESTIMONIALS

"Mary Lynn put all class members at ease & encouraged participation and was positive about individual's input."
"Mary was a very engaging teacher. I learned heaps and my enthusiasm has increased." Celia
"It encouraged me to start writing and gave me ways to achieve this." Michael
"Mary Lynn was very knowledgeable & open to work with input & views of class." Ruth
"Practical, well structured, very knowledgeable presenter." Robert
"Very interesting readings and group discussion." Debbie


About your tutor:
Mary Lynn Mather has worked as a feature writer and an arts journalist, taught media and English at both the university and school levels, and publicised festivals, education programs and a gallery. Most recently, she has written a novel as the research component of a PhD in Creative Writing at the University of Adelaide.



Location: CIT Bruce

Address: 35 Vowels Crescent, Bruce



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