Fiction Writer's Toolkit - SUMMER

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Make this the year you write something more interesting than the annual report. This one day workshop explores the key elements of writing fiction, giving you an understanding of the building blocks of stories as well as practical tools for planning, developing and improving your own work.

Course ID SUM1000
Price $175.00 (GST included)
Start date Tuesday, 16 January 2018
Finish date Tuesday, 16 January 2018
Sessions 1 session of 7 hours
Time 9.30am - 4.30pm
Tutor Ian McHugh
Location CIT Bruce
Status Module is finished.


Please bring pens and a notebook.

Tea and coffee are available but please bring lunch and snacks for the day as the canteen will not be open. There is a fridge and microwave at the venue.

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About the tutor:
Ian McHugh’s first success as a speculative fiction writer was winning the short story contest at the 2004 Australian national SF convention. Since then he has sold stories to professional and semi-pro magazines, webzines and anthologies in Australia and internationally. His stories have won grand prize in the Writers of the Future contest, been shortlisted five times at Australia’s Aurealis Awards (winning Best Fantasy Short Story in 2010), reprinted in Australian year’s best anthologies, honourably mentioned for world year’s bests and appeared in the Locus and Tangent Online annual Recommended Reading Lists. He graduated from the Clarion West writers’ workshop in 2006. His first collection of short stories, Angel Dust, was shortlisted for the Aurealis Award for Best Collection in 2015.

Location: CIT Bruce

Address: 35 Vowels Crescent, Bruce

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  • Jamison ACT 2614
  • Canberra, Australia

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  • J Block, Room J013
  • Vowels Crescent
  • Canberra Institute of Technology
  • Bruce Campus
  • Haydon Drive, Bruce ACT 2617
  • Canberra, Australia

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